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Nasal injury, bleeding, swelling, pressure in nose, forehead, dizziness. Treatment?

about a week and a half ago my 2 year old popped me in the nose with his head. My nose instantly started bleeding, there was little swelling and not discoloration and nothing seemed out of place. Now, for the past few days, I ve been feeling pressure in my nose into my forehead and experiencing dizziness . Especially when I lay down I get really dizzy where the room is spinning.
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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hello,you may be having a condition called BPPV[BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONAL VERTIGO].this is a disease of the inner ear which causes dizzyness when you lay down and roll over in bed.this will be treated by an ENT doctor by a maneuver called epleys maneuver.please see an ENT doctor will be fine.get well soon.dr praveen.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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