Abdominal aortic aneurysm can exhibit transitional flow characteristics in laminar flow regimes. To report transitional flow characteristics, we examined the convergence of phase-averaged solutions by executing blood flow simulations of a patient-specific abdominal aortic aneurysmal model for 257 cardiac cycles with periodic, pulsatile boundary conditions. The phase-averaged solutions were computed by averaging the solutions over various numbers of cardiac cycles and compared against the ones averaged over 124 cycles. The phase-averaged solutions reported small differences when they were averaged over a large number of cardiac cycles. The instantaneous solutions, however, failed to exhibit fluctuations reported in the phase-averaged solutions. To study transitional blood flows in the aneurysmal region, we need to report phase-averaged solutions as they exhibit nonperiodic, disturbed flow characteristics. Additionally, when reporting phase-averaged solutions, it is preferred to compute an average over a large number of cardiac cycles to be able to represent flow structures of the converged phase-averaged solutions.