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Is It Possible To Cause A Brain Bleed By Shaking My Head Too Hard
Can anxiety cause brain tumor-like symptoms? I fear that I have a brain tumor because I started getting nauseated and weak fatigued and muscle shaking
Yes.: Symptoms raising concern for brain tumor vary depending on the part of the brain they affect. Uncontrollable nausea and vomiting (without diarrhea), dizziness, vertigo or focal weakness or sensory loss in one part of your body on one side of your body would be symptoms to watch for. Brain tumors are rare, and it's much more likely your symptoms are due to anxiety. A neurologist could help. ...Read more
Not likely: Difficult to cause brain bleed without a significant impact. Do not keep shaking hard. ...Read more
Depends on various:
Factors. For example if one is on blood thinners, what part of head makes impact, how weak the bone is.
If there is any concern, go get an urgent evaluation. If there is severe headaches, persisting disorientation, nausea, vomiting, confusion, delirium, go right away to get evaluated. ...Read more
Friend hit me in the head. Not hard, more like a joke. Could that cause a concussion or brain bleed?
I have a nervous tic where I shake my head, sometimes constantly. Can this cause a brain bleed? I have a lot of anxiety.
Your habit will not cause a bleed in the brain.
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Could an iPad falling 2 ft onto the top of your head cause a slow brain bleed? Happened last week. Diagnosed w vertigo today. Didn't know if related
Yes.: Head trauma can produce a slow bleed, but symptoms are progressive and unlikely to consist of vertigo alone. Vertigo is not a diagnosis. It is a symptom which may represent any one of a number of underlying problems (problems in the inner ear, vestibular nerve or in brain itself.). Best to check with your doc so that you understand the cause and specific treatment of your vertigo. ...Read more
I hit my head really hard on the sharp edge of a concrete wall and felt stunned for a few seconds. I am panicking I have a brain bleed.?
First off it is a good sign you are able to get on the internet and send a message. Although you hit your head and you were stunned you were not knocked out. So if you were not knocked out, you do not have skull fracture and you are not on anticoagulants it puts you at low risk for head bleed. Follow these guidelines
athttp://familydoctor. Org/familydoctor/en/diseases-conditions/concussion.html, ...Read more
Bad fall, brain bleed. In hospital. Dr put on Decadron (dexamethasone) and Seraquel. Low BP because of seraquel. Would this cause buzzing sound in head? Pain in head?
Is that you?: Or asking on someone else's behalf? After a fall several strange symptoms would start to appear, in the hospital frequent exams would be done to assess status, Decadron (dexamethasone) is given to help shrink swollen tissues in the head after trauma or surgery, let it take its course, trust the treating team, ...Read more
I keep coughing and sometimes I'll cough so bad I throw up just a little bit. Can this cause brain bleed? Also gives me head aches. Think it's just cold or allergies always tickle in my throat
Hit myself in temple with knuckle hard 4 month ago last two weeks keep feeling lightheaded And dizzy could it be related? Brain bleed? Stress?
Post concussive: Trauma to the head can incur an internal shaking of the brain, resulting in microtrauma to cells and supporting structures. These can all combine into the "post-concussive syndrome". It does not require actual loss of consciousness. Symptoms can persist for weeks and can include dizziness and loss of concentration ability. A good quality brain MRI scan is helpful for diagnosis and evaluation. ...Read more
My dad has a brain bleed but it was stable but now he has had a few episodes where he starts to sweat then he starts shaking then doing wierd things?
Better description: It isn't clear what you mean by "shaking then doing wierd [sic] things", which could represent many issues. Describing these events would be helpful in order to address your question. Nonetheless, if these are new issues, you should consult with his doctor promptly for an evaluation. ...Read more
How long can a brain bleed last? I hit my head 3months ago and felt fine till I started to experience mild headaches from time to time. I'm scared
Brain bleed?: The chances of a healthy 20-year-old having a "brain bleed" from an ordinary head bump are extremely remote. I think you can safely find something else to be scared about. Just read the newspaper. ...Read more
If I had a brain bleed would the pain get worse and lessen? Would a spot in the back of my skull be tender to the touch? I've had no head trama.
If you have had no: Head trauma, than you fear a hemorrhagic stroke or an aneurysm? Most likely, if you had either of these, you would not feel it on the outside of your head and you would have neurologic signs ie limb weakness, problems speaking, confusion or any other neuro signs associated with damage. If you are having any other neuro signs, get checked out, but otherwise it does not sound like an active bleed. ...Read more
Heads been sore on and off for few days. Not dizzy but head does feel weird and unsteady/wavy. Scared I'm going to have a brain bleed! Had scan 5 y ago?
Bleed unlikely: A hemorrhagic stroke is dramatic to the point of not being questionable at all. You will lose use of limbs on one side or become extremely weak on one side, or loose consciousness altogether. If you're truly worried and have risk factors (fam. History, blood thinning,), talk to your PCP and ask for imaging for re-assurance. ...Read more
I bumped heads with my dog and am on two baby aspirin a day. Should I be concerned about a brain bleed? I did not lose consciousness or throw up.
I'm on coumadin (warfarin) with stable INR. Hit my head on the handle above car door. No bruise, bump, or selling. Some soreness. Could I have brain bleed?
Good Question: Procedures that were performed our presume that CAT scan in them or I would've picked up a blame brain bleed. While there is reports of a delay bring a lead within 24 to 48 hours this would be unusual. A careful history with attention to changes in cognitive status would be helpful and will determine whether a further evaluation is needed. Good luck ismy wishes. ...Read more
Hit head 5weeks ago while standing CT scan normal 3weeks later MRI was normal constant temple pain&jaw clicking with mild headache. No brain bleed?
Possible TMJ problem: Or post-concussion symptoms. I would recommend being evaluated by your doctor or dentist. Tmj problems or headaches may not show up on scans. ...Read more
Head ache for 4 days pain behind right eye going up in my whole head. Gt dizzy 2day in 07 had brain bleed fixed had a mri/mra foumd no other weak ves?
See a neurologist: Pain behind eye is a sign of migraines. Medications can control your headaches. ...Read more
Can a toddler shake them self to much to cause a brain bleed? My toddler rocks back and forth hitting his back hard on the couch repeatedly.
Unlikely: A baby can not causes any significant brain damage by their own movements. Now if they fall or hit their head on something, them the fall could cause damage. If a toddler is have a tantrum, for example, and they are kicking and screaming on a hard floor, they can cause at the extreme some local cuts or bruising but very unlikely to cause actual brain damage. ...Read more
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
It's possible: Though it is extremely rare, childbirth can be associated with hemorrhages in the brain. ...Read more
Brain bleeding: For the most part, no. If someone with hypertension or other risk factor for bleeding was stressed by thinking, and the pressure rose too high, there is a very remote risk that a hemorrhage could occur, but it is not caused by the thinking too hard, but the physiological changes that could accompany that. ...Read more
Does shaking your head cause brain damge? This could be as far as nodding to violently shaking it. A brief explanation why would be greatly appreciated
Depends: In an infant, shaking the head can be catastrophic. In adults the mere act of shaking your own head willfully is not likely to cause harm. Now if someone else physically ; aggressively shakes your head, this may cause injury to neck and brain, particularly in elderly individuals. A case in point is the brain trauma that occurs in sports with repetitive sudden jars to the head (soccer, football). ...Read more
My 22m/o bb play shaking her head. Side-side, up-down somtmes too fast too hard and throws her. Head to back when upset. Is that dangerous for her brain?
Toddlers: It is amazing, isn't it, how resilient our bodies are. Your baby is just fine. ...Read more
Friends baby had a 2mm brain bleed in the frontal lobe. Will this cause any developmental delays?
No.: Just not do it vigorously.Get a more detailed answer ›
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