21st November 2019


What are the symptoms of internal bleeding?

Bleeding can also cause shock, which may include any of the following symptoms:
  • Confusion or decreasing alertness.
  • Clammy skin.
  • Dizziness or light headedness after an injury.
  • Low blood pressure.
  • Paleness (pallor)
  • Rapid pulse.
  • Increased heart rate.
  • Shortness of breath.

Herein, can a person die from internal bleeding?

Internal bleeding is serious for two reasons: the excess blood can compress organs and cause their dysfunction (as can occur in hematoma) when the bleeding does not stop spontaneously, the loss of blood will cause hemorrhagic shock, which can lead to brain damage and death.

Can you recover from internal bleeding?

Many people can make a full recovery. Additional treatments may be necessary to prevent a future bleed, but few lasting effects will remain. However, if internal bleeding isn't caught and treated quickly, you may experience lasting permanent effects. Bleeding in the brain may cause a stroke or long-term brain damage.

What are the signs and symptoms of internal bleeding?

Intra-abdominal bleeding may be hidden and present only with pain, but if there is enough blood loss, the patient may complain of weakness, lightheadedness, shortness of breath, and other symptoms of shock and decreased blood pressure. Once again, the symptoms depend upon where in the abdomen the bleeding occurs.