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Nasal bleeding, fatigue, emotional post fall on the cheek bone and temple. Cause?

I fell and hit my cheek bone and temple two days ago. It felt a little swollen and achey then fine. This morning I had to brief nose bleeds and now the ache is bach (but still mild). I feel tired and emotional. could the nose bleeds be related? As a kid I got them all the time. But I have not had one in several years.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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Hello ,
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the two surely have a relation cause you could have injured your nose ,you will need to take some x rays of your nose and skull,you will have to take a shot course of antibiotics and decongestant nasal drops.
since you had bleeding often as a kid get a complete haemogram as well as yuor bleeding and clotting time as well as a routine check with a qualified doctor
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