Professor of Brain and Nerve Surgery Department. Dr. Zeki Şekerci, “Cerebral hemorrhage occurs due to aneurysm and arteriovenous malformations in the brain. Cerebral hemorrhages due to these diseases occur independently of head trauma. Abnormal blood vessel cluster in the brain or spinal cord is called arteriovenous malformation (AVM). In general, AVM “Cerebral hemorrhage occurs due to hemorrhage,” he said.
Stating that this discomfort can manifest itself with a sudden and severe headache while walking on the street, straining, eating, in a stressful period or at rest, Prof. Dr. “Severe and sudden headache may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and sometimes loss of consciousness.
Approximately 50 percent of such bleeding, accompanied by life-threatening hemiplegia, may result in permanent or temporary loss of strength involving one side of the body, which we call hemiparesis. For this reason, bleeds caused by aneurysm or AVM should be treated immediately. However, not every headache is a symptom of brain hemorrhage.
It is necessary to distinguish it from chronic headaches in order not to apply unnecessary tests and treatment. In brain hemorrhages due to AVM or aneurysm, sudden severe and unbearable headache may be accompanied by nausea, vomiting and neck stiffness. If you have such complaints, you should definitely apply to a health institution without losing time ”.