How To Deal With Bleeding In The Brain In Small Amounts?
My father’s doctor had a hemorrhagic stroke. MRI results showed blood but in small amounts. Treatment from the doctor is given drugs for stroke and for bleeding. Now my father’s condition has started to recover and his legs and arms (left side) have started to move. My question is r n r n1) has the bleeding in the brain been resolved? R n2) How do I make sure the bleeding is complete? R n r nThank you …
Stroke is a condition in which there is disruption of blood flow to the brain, either due to blockage in blood flow (ischemic) or due to bleeding (hemorrhagic).
A bleeding stroke can cause various symptoms depending on the extent of the bleeding and the location of the brain. Bleeding stroke occurs due to rupture of a blood vessel in the brain. A bleeding stroke can cause symptoms such as decreased consciousness, behavior changes, weakness in the feet and hands, and trouble swallowing.
Small amounts of bleeding usually do not cause severe symptoms, and small amounts of bleeding usually stop within a short time. In addition, seen from your father's symptoms, if your father's symptoms have improved then the bleeding has probably stopped and is in the process of healing. the slight bleeding can be reabsorbed.
However, to ascertain whether the bleeding has stopped or not, of course, a direct physical examination and neurological examination must be carried out by the neurologist who treats your father, besides that, another MRI examination may be needed to make sure the bleeding is reduced or not. but not all re-bleeding assessments require investigations such as MRI.
here is an article that you can read about stroke
may be useful. thank you