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Thalamic Intraparenchymal Hemorrhage
Can you please advise what is the prognosis for acute haemorrhage in right thalamic region with extension in ventricular region causing dilation?
Depends.: If the bleeding is external, you will see a lot of blood! If it is internal, you may not know until you get very sick. Early signs may be thirst, dizziness, weakness and a rapid pulse. Why do you think you are hemorrhaging? If you feel that bad, you need to get seen now! With vaginal bleeding, if you soak a large napkin completely every hour, then that is a worrying sign and get seen. ...Read more
Not usually: Most hemorrhagic cysts resolve on their own without treatment. If yu were given this diagnosis after a doctor evaluated you and you are not having any signs of severe blood loss like dizziness, increasing abdominal pain, rapid pulse, blackouts... Then it should probably resolve. ...Read more
Http://hht. Org: Hht (osler-weber-rendu) is a genetic disorder that causes defective blood vessels to form throughout the body. The link I posted above is a great site to help you understand this disorder better. Good luck. ...Read more
6 weeks pregnant?: Or postpartum? Either way, NO! If you are cramping and bleeding and you are pregnant, you may be miscarrying. Time to get to the hospital. If you are alone and getting dizzy or is severe pain, call 911. It is possible on occasion to have life threatening blood loss during a miscarriage. You will need a pelvic ultrasound to look at the uterine contents. Please get help. Call OB now. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Subcranial bleeding: A "subcranial" hemorrhage means bleeding beneath the bony covering of the brain, the skull. Bleeding can occur just beneath the skull, on top of the brain, or within the brain itself. Depending on location, the signs and symptoms would be different. Http://tinyurl. Com/y7c7abf. ...Read more
Bleeding: Internal or external.Get a more detailed answer ›
Typically NO: Most brain hemorrhages are due to uncontrolled hypertension. Other common causes include cocaine/amphetamines, tumors that bleed, arteriovenous malformations, aneurysm rupture, anti-coagulant medications, trauma, embolic strokes that bleed and some brain infections. The complete list is long. Some hereditary conditions that affect the integrity of blood vessel walls, increase bleeding risk. ...Read more
Here are some...: As alluded in another Q you posted, bleeding into the tissue like around prostate as what you have worried about, if it was mild & stopped, pain from expected healing and inflammation would intensify for 1-2 days and then settle down in 3-5 days, and take weeks and even months to resolve; but the eventual outcome may widely vary reflecting personal unique healing ability, degree of bleeding, or... ...Read more
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Ecchymosis is an other name for a bruise. It can occur due to many reasons, including trauma. Diagnosis of hemorrhagic disease usually requires laboratory tests. If you have bruises without trauma, it would be prudent to see your doctor for an evaluation.
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Fetal demise.: Fetal hemorrhage is rare but potentially lethal. The mother may not have any symptoms (except painless vaginal bleeding in case of ruptured vasa previa) but the fetus can rapidly exsanguinate and die if this dire complication occurs. Rare intracranial hemorrhage is seen in the fetal life; this can be lethal or neurologically devastating, although mild cases can even go unnoticed. ...Read more
Dangerous hemorrhage: Subaracnoid hemorrhages usually occur from rupture of aneurysms. Aneurysms are caused by defects in the vessel wall producing outpouching of the wall. With rupture of the aneuysm, patients complain of the worst headache of their life. The headache can rapidly progress to include altered consciousness, weakness or unresponsiveness. A percentage of patients never survive to reach medical care. ...Read more
Blood under conj: Blood under conjunctiva (thin tissue that covers white of eye & inside of lids). May be due to injury, straining (coughing, lifting vomiting) or disease process. Often, however, the cause is not known. The redness is profound & blood color & may cover entire white of eye. Usually painless, this problem will clear on its own but this may take weeks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hemorrhagic Fevers: Hemorrhagic Fevers can cause bleeding from multiple sites. There may be blood in vomit & stool as well as bleeding from eyes, ears, nose & mouth. Examples include: Marburg hemorrhagic fever, Dengue, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, Lassa fever, Ebola, Argentine hemorrhagic fever, Yellow Fever, Rift Valley Fever, Hantaan hemorrhagic fever, Omsk hemorrhagic fever & Kyasanur forest disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, run in families:
They are not genitic but run in families, maternal side. Usually women in late 20's to 30's.
If someone in you family suffered from one and you are maternally related, I would have an mra of my head to b sure I did not have the same subclinical problem. ...Read more