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Bleed On Brain
Depends: That my friend is the million dollar question. Sometimes the trauma is great and sometimes very little trauma will cause a bleed. Bleeds are increased with persons that take blood thinners. Most of the time the trauma is easily to discern, but sometime the bleed is latent and no cause can be found. ...Read more
Bleed on brain ..2nd stroke 3weeks after the first , is that a normal thing to happen? What happens while in induced coma?
No: There has been no association between pushing and formation of brain aneurysms. There have been concerns of increased risks of pushing in patients with certain specific neurological conditions (shunts, strokes, etc). Patients with neurological conditions should ask their OB and neurologist about the safest mode of delivery. ...Read more
What are the chances dad had 3 strokes bleed in brain taking seizures in hospital losing power in arm slurring speech face distorted?
Below: Your questions should be addressed to the DR's taking care of your father. They have his full medical history and current medical status. ...Read more
Not always: No, it's not always sensed. That's why it is so dangerous. It can bleed and then when it reaches a critical point, it can lead to loss of consciousness or death. Any possible head injury should be checked out right away. Remember the oxi-clean advertisement guy? He hit his head on the overhead bin in a plane and thought nothing of it. Within 48 hrs, he was dead from a brain bleed. ...Read more
Yes: Sub-acute bleeding by definition is bleeding that occurs 3 -21 days after the injury or fall. I do not know the frequency of these types of bleeds but they do occur. Thus, after any head injury, even if rhe acute ct or MRI scan is negative, the patient needs to be watched for a few weeks afterward by family and friends and follow up with their primary doctor for rechecks. ...Read more
I have a 32 weeker. He bleed from his brain at 2 wks now he is 1 year old 1 week ago diagnosed hydrocephlus & now have a shunt Can he stop needing it?
Yes and no: The shunt does a specific job in removing fluid made in the brains center that is in excess of its ability to absorb /dispose of.At some point, the kid may grow out of the need, but shunts are rarely removed unless they need to be replaced. Over time the tube can become embedded in brain tissue and removal could cause more harm than leaving it alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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