What Are the Basics of Brain Bleeding/Brain Homorrhage?

Q:
What are the basics of brain bleeding/brain hemorrhage?

A:
Brain hemorrhage(bleeding) is localized bleeding that occurs from an artery bursting in the brain. It is a kind of stroke and is responsible for approximately 13 percent of all strokes.

The symptoms of brain hemorrhage(bleeding) include:

  • A sudden severe headache
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Tingling or numbness
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Difficulty speaking or understanding speech
  • Difficulty writing or reading
  • Loss of balance
  • Changes in vision
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Loss of fine motor skills, such as hand tremors
  • Weakness in an arm or leg
  • Seizures with no previous history of seizures

The possible causes of brain hemorrhage(bleeding) include:

  • Brain tumors
  • Head trauma
  • High blood pressure
  • Blood vessel abnormalities
  • Aneurysm
  • Amyloid angiopathy
  • Blood or bleeding disorders
  • Liver disease

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