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Baby sneezing heavily. Blood coming out of nose. Allergies? Suggestions?

My daughter has a dog close to six months old that has been sneezing very hard. She is sneezing so hard that there was some blood coming out of her nose. Should we be concerned? It is Sunday and the vets are closed. My grandchildren and I are wondering if she is ok. Can allergies get that bad to where there will be some blood that
will come out of the nose? Thank You.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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if it is chronic it can affect sinuses and adenoids in chldren causing blood
you have to find out cause of allergy as if you dont find your other systems will be involved at presnt give metrogylbd
allegra bd dose
neosporin h eye ointment in nose bd
nasoclear nasal dropd in nose night

piriton syp at night
i dont know age as you have not written titrate dose according to ag
give metrogyl for 5 days others to continue 3 wk you can give for long and as many times as you need
but get your allergies tested for permanent cure after consulting allergeologist

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