It is a great feeling to be warmly welcomed to this forum and I'm so thankful for the support here!
Well I met with the Dr. yesterday and she said a few things that really made sense to me. She said while a CT, MRI, MRA are options for investigating, she stated the cerebral angiogram will give her the best possible visual for just how stable the coils are after 10 years. Given the fact my SAH which happened at the end of my left carotid artery is "familial" and was bound to happen sometime in my life around the age of 50 (I had just turned 53 at the time) feels an angiogram will allow her the ability to discover if there is anything else going on in my brain.
Scheduled the procedure for this coming Monday, June 18 and should take less than an hour plus an hour or so of recovery as an outpatient at the hospital which is a stroke center where I am employed. Going this route and feeling the need to follow-up was a decision I made since the services will require no out of pocket expenses as part of my healthcare benefits.
Hope everyone has a great weekend and I will post my experience and results early next week.