Hi I m 28 years old and have never had a history of nosebleeds before this year my first episode was in August early in the morning I was moving boxes and got a terrible Nosebleed out of nowhere we were using ...
bleeding. severe nosebleeds, like severe enough to cause dizziness and fear of bleeding on the inside. this hasn t just happened once. at least two separate occasions years apart. does this sound like cause ...
on my back and had a bloody nose, so the blood was just running down my throat. Would the Dayquil cause the bloody nose, or would it be caused by something else? I just want to know whether I should continue ...
also been experiencing 3-4 nosebleeds a day, quite heavy the first few day. The last two days she has had two nosebleeds per day. Any ideas what this could be. Saw the Dr. and she is on anti-biotics. He ...
i have been having headaches and nosebleeds for three days straight now and when i get these headaches it starts at the back of my head and moves to the front making the nosebleeds start and when i get ...
I have had 2 nosebleeds in the past 2 days at around 3 in the morning they are quite bad nosebleeds whatcauses it ?
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The usual cause is nose-picking! / Others are irritation, inflammation, infection, bleeding diathesis, at times blood pressure!
The usual source is Little’s plexus (capillaries in the lower nasal septum)
See an ENT specialist / get yourself examined / at times, basic investigation may be necessary...
Packing and ice compress help in the meantime
My daughter has an aracnoid cyst on legt temporal lobe. She is 13. Can the cyst causenosebleeds?
Yes, it can cause a nose bleed.
what causes everytime my 4 yrs old daughter got nosebleed everytime her phlegm stock
The simple reason being- the mucosa in a child is thin and when the phlegm gets separated it tears a small part of mucosa with which is it stuck.
You can use saline nasal drops during such problems. This will facilitate removal of phlegm without nose-bleed.
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