Bleeding Internally Directory
Internal bleeding can be caused by many things such as trauma, varices, ulcers, aneurysms, cancer, infections, and more. Internal bleeding is a serious symptom that needs to be evaluated by your doctor. Symptoms include swelling, pressure, anemia, fatigue, paleness, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how internal bleeding occurs, causes of bleeding internally, treatments, and much more.
Subungual Hematoma (Bleeding Under Nail): Causes and Treatments
Almost everyone has somehow smashed a fingernail or toenail. Injuries can cause bleeding under the nail, called subungual hematoma. Learn how it's treated.
Bleeding in the Digestive Tract
Bloody stools can be caused by anything from an ulcer to inflammation of the colon to hemorrhoids. Learn more from WebMD about the diagnosis and treatment of bleeding in the digestive tract.
Brain Hemorrhage: Causes, Symptoms, Treatments
WebMD explains the causes, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment of a brain hemorrhage.
Hyphema (Bleeding in Eye)
Blunt trauma to the eye can cause hyphema, or bleeding in the front of the eye. The condition requires immediate medical care. WebMD tells you more.