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What are the symptoms of a hemorrhagic stroke?

A hemorrhagic stroke is often described as the worst headache of the patient’s life.

Hemorrhagic strokes strike suddenly. In many cases, people will first experience an excruciating headache. Other symptoms include:

  • paralysis
  • difficulty speaking
  • confusion
  • loss of feeling
  • difficulty seeing
  • seizures
  • nausea and vomiting

A hemorrhagic stroke is a serious condition that requires emergency medical care.

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