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Child had hit on head, later saw blood on nose, got clump out

Hi my 2 and a half year old daughter bomp her head with the wall while jumping in the bed last night she just said ouch, and we read a book and she went to sleep . I checked on her about an hour later before i wen to bed and she was ok, in the middle of the night she came to my bed and is not unusual i walked to the bathroom for her to pee and i saw blood on her nose this is the firs time that ever happened to her she kind of esnis and got a clump out and has not bleed since
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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The blood may be due to the injury. Some of it must have collected after the trauma and came out. Although in your case it seems pretty harmless, still I suggest you pay a visit to a pediatric surgeon. She might need an X-ray of her skull to rule out any fractures or other injuries. In case she developes epistaxis (bleeding from nose) again then lift her chin and pinch her nose. Ask her to breathe through her mouth for a while and it should stop. If it was just one episode then i don't think you need to worry much. She should do well.
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Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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