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What are the symptoms of brain hemmorhage and can they appear after one week ?

i had a motor accident and i slam my head on the ground. i immeadiately stood up and realize there was blood flowing from my head and later i found out that it come from the cut near my left eye... No further injury was foundout after a first aid treatment... I feel no symptom of brain hemmorhage.. Is it possible that i fell the symptom of hemmorhage after a week? what is the duration that the symptom will appear?... thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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Thanks for nice query.     
Generally if one remains fully conscious for 24 hours ,without any vomiting,headache ,fits and altered sensorium ,chances of brain hemorrhage are quite less.After one week it is certainly nil.
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