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.

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Difference between "brain hemorrhage" and "brain attack/stroke"?

A few. A brain attack or stroke maybe from lack of blood flow(ischemic) or a bleed(either clot/embolism or aneurysm) in the brain(intraparenchemal). Both results in death of brain tissue. Other sources of hemorrhage can be in the surrounding tissues such as subdural(around the brain) or subarachnoid(around brain or spinal cord). Read more...

My uncle had a stroke and is suffering from brain hemorrhage. The stroke affected his right side. Will he recover?

Likely will. In the first few days, the disability is certainly the worst, and over time, problems will improve somewhat, but not fully, unless very small area of damage. Rehab steps with physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech Rx, all may hasten his recovery. Read more...

What do you suggest if my uncle has got stroke and suffering from brain hemorrhage. This stroke affect his half body right side?

Blood pressure. Hemorrhagic stroke is often caused by high blood pressure. Keeping the blood pressure healthy is very important for healing and preventing future damage. If there are any other causes of bleeding (low platelets, abnormal blood vessels) they should also be addressed. Triple therapy (physical, occupational and speech) is also very important for making a good recovery. Read more...