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I am Dr. M.D.Mazumdar, an MD with more than 20 years experience and I am happy to help you today.
I’m sorry to hear about your problem.
Please provide some more information so that I can provide you with a better informed answer.
-How old are you?
- Have you or someone you know have been diagnosed as bleeding in the brain?
- Was an MRI or CT scan done?
- What symptoms do you have?
- What medicines, if any, are you on?
Without the information requested in my previous response, I can only give you a general answer, but I hope this helps.
Bleeding in the brain is called Hemorrhagic stroke.
This is an emergency condition in which a person may have sudden tingling, weakness, numbness, or paralysis in a part of the body such as the face, legs or arms.
He or she may have difficulty speaking or walking or speaking.
Other symptoms may be headache, nausea and vomiting, confusion, dizziness and seizures.
A minor bleeding may clear up with medical treatment but a major bleeding will need surgical treatment. Bleeding will not clear up by itself.
I hope this helps.