• Hemorrhagic Stroke is life-changing, and many factors influence recovery. Get support from other survivors and loved ones here.

Have you or a loved one suffered from Hemorrhagic Stroke, and are you in need of support?

You have found the right place. Join the Support Network to get advice and tips for your recovery and hear stories from others Hemorrhagic Stroke survivors. Share your personal experiences and help other stroke victims and their caregivers who are going through something similar. Become a member today.

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Signs and Symptoms

What is Hemorrhagic Stroke? Know the signs and symptoms.

Hemorrhagic stroke accounts for about 13 percent of stroke cases. It results from a weakened vessel that ruptures and bleeds into the surrounding brain. The blood accumulates and compresses the surrounding brain tissue. The two types of hemorrhagic strokes are intracerebral (within the brain) hemorrhage or subarachnoid hemorrhage.
 

Please Note: The information posted on this community site is not meant as medical advice. Be sure to do your own research and talk to your physician before acting on anything you see in this community. 
 


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  • This group is for family caregivers of stroke survivors who live with aphasia. Aphasia is a disorder that can happen when a stroke affects the parts of the brain that control language. Here we support each other, understanding how diff...
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  • This group is for survivors who’ve had a stroke before the age of 50. Younger survivors face many issues that those having strokes post-retirement may not, such as raising young children or career and financial challenges. We come toge...
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