No worries for now, stay watchful
Hi and thanks for the query,
I do understand that this could very disturbing. Brain trauma
especially as such in baby requires to be treated with much caution. Bleeding in the brain is usually accompanied by certain signs and symptoms. These are usually vision difficulties, convulsions (fits
), jet like vomiting
and altered levels of consciousness. I do think coupled with the radiologic images, a better assessment can be made to ascertain the intensity of the bleeding.
Your ER medical team for sure took these parameters into consideration. Mild bleeding in a child, with no symptoms after 24 hours are generally benign, heal fast and generally with no long term consequences. In very rare situations, chronic headaches
and fits can be observed later in life. With mild bleeding however, this is very difficult. I really do not think you got to bother. I suggest however to remain watchful and report to your doctor any unusual clinical findings you might notice. This shall however be rare with mild bleeding.