What causes recurring episodes of nose bleeding in a diabetic patient?
her nose should be taken care of
since your sister is having recurring episodes of nose bleeding (which is not a big deal indeed), she should be examined and treated by an ear-nose-throat (ENT) specialist for it. Usually a faulty blood vessel prone to bleeding is the cause. The ENT specialist may cauterize this blood vessel to stop the bleeding and its recurrences.
Diabetes and her lung problems do not have anything to do with it. If her tests were OK then there is no reason to worry about it. Just talk with the ENT specialist for further treatment options.
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