Intracerebral Hemorrhage - homeopathy360

Intracerebral Hemorrhage

It is the process of haemorrhage inside the brain. It can occur in any part of brain-like pons, thalamus, cerebellum etc.

  • Hypertensive lobar intracerebral haemorrhage.
  • Ruptured saccular aneurysm.
  • Undetermined causes (with normal blood pressure).
  • Trauma bleed in the tumor, bleeding disorders, e.g. thrombocytopenia, haemophilia, leukaemia, DIC etc.


  • Onset is rapid generally when the patient is up and active. Age 40. With signs of the site involved.
  • Loss of consciousness within few minutes.
  • There may be headache and vomiting before the loss of consciousness.
  • The haemorrhage can result in motor and sensory deficit with hemiplegia or hemiparesis.

Other symptoms

  • Severe headache.
  • Nuchal rigidity.
  • Vomiting.
  • Cerebral seizures
  • Drowsiness, confusion etc.
  • Incontinence of bowel and bladder.
  • Unilateral of bilateral extensor rigidity.


  • Hypertension is maintained or may even rise higher. It is usually of essential type but may be secondary in origin.
  • Cardiomegaly may be present.
  • Coma: with loss of muscle tone.
  • Stertorous breathing.
  • Slow pulse and respiration.

    Reference: Textbook of Practice of Medicine with Homoeopathic Therapeutics by Kamal Kansal & Rakesh Kaushal

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