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Bleeding in the brain is called brain hemorrhage or brain bleed or intracranial hemorrhage. It is a medical emergency, as the leaking blood compresses and damages the brain cells. Bleeding can stop the blood flow to brain tissue, and result in brain swelling, which is called cerebral edema. Head injuries, cerebral aneurysm, high blood pressure, bleeding disorder, brain tumor, etc., can all cause a brain hemorrhage. The common symptoms include tingling sensation, weakness, paralysis, severe headache, vision problem, memory loss, difficulty swallowing, and seizures.