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Once the bleeding in the brain stops, treatment focuses on supporting the body while it absorbs the blood. If the bleeding is extensive and life threatening, our neurosurgery team may perform a surgery to remove the blood or temporarily remove part of the skull to relieve pressure on the brain.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: flashbackjack
That would depend on where in the brain the stroke took place i imagine.
Chances are dislodging the clot would only lead to further damage.
originally posted by: JoeGee
originally posted by: flashbackjack
i agree mate
it's not like when you stub your toe and you repeatedly slam your junk in the fridge door to alleviate the sore toe
You bite your lip when you stub your toe though, right?