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Nose bleeding while sleeping, sitting in front of the computer, bleeding from inside nose bridge, headache, bleeding in sputum. Causes?

I am myself a doctor, but i am having problem of nose bleeding on 2 separate occasions in past 1 1/2 month today while i was sleeping i had a nose bleed and just sitting in front of computer now i had a nose bleed. the blood comes from inside of the bridge of nose i can feel when it travels from above to my nares and is followed by headache . Its on left side only. and get post nasal bleeding in my sputum
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Hi Doctor,
Have you got any trauma to the nose?
Dd you pick your nose & got hurt?
It looks like Epistaxis, which needs Ice-Sponging of nose.
See an ENT Surgeon to rule out the possibility of bleeding occurring from higher up in the nose which may need cauterisation.
Take care.Have a speedy recovery.
Answered: Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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