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Is it normal to feel dizzy after getting the nose cauterized ?

nose corterised twice no bleed at moment feeling dizzy blood tests fine from hospital blood pressure only slightly higher than usual had nose corterised twice feeling dizzy and sickly. take tabs for blood pressure only slightly higher than it usually is. had blood test doctor said they are fine. taking anti biotic cream for nose. age 60.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Apr 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum,
The nasal bleed could be due to the raised blood pressure causing rupture of the weakened part of the blood vessel in the nose (micro aneurysm). The dizziness can also be a part of raised blood pressure. If the dizziness continues please do contact a good physician. Also drink plenty of water to rehydrate the nasal mucosa. Continue using nasal cream.
Take care

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Fri, 22 Apr 2011
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