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.
- Q What increases my risk for subarachnoid hemorrhage?
- Q Am I at risk for a cerebral vasospasm after a subarachnoid hemorrhage?
- Q What are the symptoms of subarachnoid hemorrhage?
- Q How can I reduce my risk of subarachnoid hemorrhage?
- Q How common are subarachnoid hemorrhages?
- Q How is subarachnoid hemorrhage diagnosed?