Is there a cure for subarachnoid hemorrhage?

In some cases, subarachnoid hemorrhages can be cured after a treatment of surgery, aneurysm repair, medications, and/or rest. In other cases, individuals will die immediately or will die after being treated. Determining whether or not your subarachnoid hemorrhage can be cured depends on the location of the bleeding, the severity of the bleeding, age, and complications.

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Hemorrhagic Stroke

Hemorrhagic Stroke

If you have a stroke, and it is referred to as a hemorrhagic stroke, it means that an artery ruptured in your brain and caused bleeding there. There are two types of hemorrhagic strokes. In an intracerebral hemorrhage, the bleedin...

g is within the brain. In a subarachnoid hemorrhage, the bleeding occurs between the inner and middle layers of the tissue that covers the brain. High blood pressure is a common cause of hemorrhagic stroke. Signs and symptoms for both kinds of stroke are different. If you have any symptoms of a stroke, which include sudden muscle weakness or paralysis, loss of feeling on one side of your body, difficulty speaking, confusion or problems with vision, you must get immediate medical attention. Learn more about diagnosing and treating hemorrhagic strokes with expert advice from Sharecare.

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