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Nosebleeds, uses humidifier and saline spray. No effect. Possible causes and remedies?

My 7 year old frequently gets nosebleeds. There are periods though that she doesn t get them. Just this week, she s been having them almost every day and some days twice. We have a humidifier and I also use vaseline and saline spray for her nose, but even when she sneezes she has a nosebleed. It is becoming to be very frustrating for her and I am thinking of taking her to her pediatrician to be referred to an ENT? What do you think is causing this?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
The cause is Adenoid hypertrophy which causes nose bleed and allergy
temporarily you can add fexofenadine for sneezing
Apply neos[porin H eye ointment in nose for twice a day
Add liquid paraffin'
Take a dropper aand 2 -3 droof iquid parafin in nose twice a day
till you get reports
Answered: Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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