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If you have a brain bleed, and took toradol, would it take the pain away?

If you have a brain bleed, and took toradol, would it take the pain away?

Contraindicated: toradol will relieve the pain but in a case of a brain bleed is contraindicated as it inhibits platelet function which can worsen your bleeding ...Read more

Dr. Alan Patterson
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Bleeding (Definition)

Bleeding is a term describing the loss of blood. It can occur inside the body due to damage to blood vessels or organs or outside the body during menstruation or when there is a ...Read more


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Is it possible for a TBI to cause a cyst in the spinal canal of the c-spine? If so, what is the likelihood of it growing? Found after MVA,brain bleed

Is it possible for a TBI to cause a cyst in the spinal canal of the c-spine? If so, what is the likelihood of it growing? Found after MVA,brain bleed

Yes: yes, car accident causing a whip-lash injury can produce a syrinx (aka cyst) in a cervical spine soon after the MVA, patient may not be symptomatic until months later when it gets bigger but radiographically small cyst can be detected on MRI right away, symptoms include: shoulder/arm pain, loss of feeling to temperature, pain in shoulders/arms ...Read more

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Would there be any sign of a slow brain bleed on initial cat scan if bleeding starts later, would i haveany symptoms?

Would there be any sign of a slow brain bleed on initial cat scan if bleeding starts later, would i haveany symptoms?

Consider followup: Not all intracranial bleeds are seen with the first ct. If you have signs, symptoms, or history to suggest that possibility you should see a doctor and possibly get another ct scan. The history you provide is not specific enough to give you more information. ...Read more

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What symptoms of brain bleeding are the most common?

What symptoms of brain bleeding are the most common?

Brain bleeding: This is entirely dependent upon the location of the bleeding and the site of the bleeding. For example, you can have quite a large bleeding in the front of the brain on one side and the only symptom might be headache (or even no symptoms). A very small hemorrhage in certain locations deep in the brain can cause paralysis on one side of the body or even coma. ...Read more

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Can a bleed in the brain develop symptoms a few days after injury?

Can a bleed in the brain develop symptoms a few days after injury?

Yes: Yes. Any head injury where there is the remotest suspicion for possible bleeding should be evaluated immediately in an emergency room or other appropriate urgent care facility. That is a no-brainer (which is what you might end up with if you don't follow this advice!). ...Read more

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Need expert help here. What are the symptoms of your brain bleeding?

Need expert help here. What are the symptoms of your brain bleeding?

Brain bleeding: The most common initial complaint is "this is the worst headache of my life". The headache is sudden in onset and severe. ...Read more

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For what length of time could you brain bleed for without symptoms?

For what length of time could you brain bleed for without symptoms?

Varies: Small bleeds that occur near the 'edges' of your brain may cause minimal symptoms, if any. Hemorrhages that occur near more vital structures and pathways will typically cause symptoms almost immediately. ...Read more

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Can a slow brain bleed show up days after an initial cat scanafter head injury?

Can a slow brain bleed show up days after an initial cat scanafter head injury?

Possible: Delayed expansion of hemorrhage after an initial head injury is not unusual. In addition, some may evolve a subacute to chronic blood collection (called a subdural hematoma) days to weeks after an initial injury. ...Read more

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Will you have symptoms if you are bleeding in the brain when you are sleeping?

Will you have symptoms if you are bleeding in the brain when you are sleeping?

Maybe, maybe not: It is possible to have a slow venous bleed that will go unnoticed until the pressure builds up to the point that you have the worst headache of your life in the middle of the night. If it is a sudden arterial bleed, and you survive, you will be fortunate if you wake up, feel the sudden pain, the loss of nerve function, and live long enough to call the ambulance and get to the hospital for surgery. ...Read more

Cerebrum (Definition)

Cerebrum essentially refers to the majority of the brain. Embryologically, it develops from the telencephalon, and together with the diencephalon, ...Read more


Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
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Cerebral Hemorrhage (Definition)

Brain hemorrhage is a form of stroke usually caused by ...Read more