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Bleeding due to nasal injuries or high blood pressure - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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User :   hi
User :   hay yesterday i was in mi kitchen and mi hands started shaking so i sat down for a wile then i got up and went on mi laptop about half hour later mi nose started bleedin i was realy freaked out i have never had a nose bleed before what does it mean
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   k
User :   what could it maen im only 16
Doctor :   are you a known hypertensive?
User :   whats that
Doctor :   Please provide these details: Gender, Location, Occupation, Marital status, Height and Weight.
Doctor :   hypertensive meaning to say a high blood pressure.
User :   female aus school single weight in 70
User :   i dont no
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   did you have any injury to the nose previuosly any prick?
User :   no
Doctor :   do you have any bleeding disorders?
User :   it came so quikly
User :   no
Doctor :   k. by the history you have given consult a physician and get your b.p checked. is there anything else i can help you with?
User :   ok but what could it mean
Doctor :   sometimes it could be due to unnoticed nasal injuries , high b.p or any bleeding problems
Doctor :   also get your blood work done after consulting physician.
Doctor :   are you on any medications?

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