What're the odds of getting a brain hemorrhage later in life?

Increasing. Increase risk for brain hemorrhage can result from many conditions and life styles, such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, smoking, & inheritance. Over time our blood vessels become stiff unable to withstand the constant intraluminal pressure and they leak or break. The older you get the more likely this is to occur. To mitigate these, eat well, don't smoke (or stop), exercise regularly see doc.

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After having two brain operations, what are the odds that I may have a brain hemorrhage later in life?

Op for what? Your question does not state what the indication for the surgery was. Was it a cerebral aneurysm, arteriovenous malformation, spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage, congenital malformations? Are you hypertensive? Do you have a blood clotting disorder? More information is needed to respond to your question. Read more...

How do I know exactly what is a brain hemorrhage and how do people get them?

Brain bleed. Brain hemorrhage is bleeding inside the head. This could be blood surrounding the brain (subdural or epidural hematoma) or blood inside the brain tissue. A few of the possible causes include trauma, thin blood (patients on anticoagulation drugs, eg coumadin), hypertension, brain tumors (cancer, vascular malformation). Read more...

At what age do people get strokes and then a brain hemorrhage?

Any age. Stroke from interrupted blood flow (ischemic stroke) or bleeding (hemorrhagic stroke) can happen at any age. However, it is more frequent in older age groups, and in people with certain predisposing conditions, including clot-forming conditions, some heart conditions and blood vessel conditions. Read more...