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What are symptoms of stroke from bleeing?
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Dr. Reza Karimi
Neurosurgery
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In brief: Size of bleed
The symptoms are different depending on where the bleed is occurring and the size of the hemorrhage.
Symptoms can range from only a headache, to weakness, paralysis, numbness, loss of speech, coma or death.

In brief: Size of bleed
The symptoms are different depending on where the bleed is occurring and the size of the hemorrhage.
Symptoms can range from only a headache, to weakness, paralysis, numbness, loss of speech, coma or death.
Dr. Reza Karimi
Dr. Reza Karimi
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Dr. Andrew Dutka
Neurology
In brief: Headache
Strokes due to bleeding in the brain more often have headaches at onset than strokes due to loss of blood supply to part of the brain.
Bleeding strokes more often cause loss of consciousness, and more often cause vomiting with headache. Otherwise, bleeding strokes, like loss of blood supply strokes, can cause paralysis, vision loss, speech loss and many other symptoms of brain damage.

In brief: Headache
Strokes due to bleeding in the brain more often have headaches at onset than strokes due to loss of blood supply to part of the brain.
Bleeding strokes more often cause loss of consciousness, and more often cause vomiting with headache. Otherwise, bleeding strokes, like loss of blood supply strokes, can cause paralysis, vision loss, speech loss and many other symptoms of brain damage.
Dr. Andrew Dutka
Dr. Andrew Dutka
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