In contrast, a brain hemorrhage is a serious medical concern, and should be treated as soon as possible.
Third is that having a hemorrhagic stroke causes immediate and noticeable symptoms. This means that as soon as a person shows the symptoms of a hemorrhagic stroke, it would be best to take them to the doctor.
In contrast, most aneurysms tend to go undetected. This is because they usually don’t show any outward signs. In fact, most of the time, aneurysms are only found when they have either ruptured, or when a person undergoes imaging tests, usually for other health reasons.
This is why as we grow older, it is very important to undergo yearly checkups. For people with increased risk, such as those with first-degree relatives with ruptured aneurysm, a focused monitoring may be advised. This way, they can be dealt with early on, and your doctor is aware of your condition.
The sooner an aneurysm is dealt with, the less of a risk it would pose to your health.
Learn more about Strokes and Aneurysms here.