It is estimated that 60,000 Americans die every year from internal bleeding. The worldwide estimated number is around 2 million and 1.5 million of those people die from internal hemorrhaging as a result of trauma. Internal hemorrhaging is a serious condition. What makes this condition worrying is that many people do not realize that they are suffering from it. As a result, the patient takes too long to get to the hospital, resulting in death.
What is internal bleeding?
In general, internal bleeding is understood to be blood or hemorrhaging that you cannot see. Internal hemorrhaging can occur in any part of the body, including organs, the brain, the chest, etc. There are many signs of internal hemorrhaging, but it is hard to pinpoint internal hemorrhaging due to the fact that we cannot see it, and the symptoms of the condition often mirror other illnesses.
Now, you may be wondering how do you tell if you or your loved one is suffering from internal hemorrhaging. Here are 10 signs and symptoms of internal bleeding to look out for:
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