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Orange colored bleeding from nose, forehead. Causes and treatment?

hi doc. my nephew is 10 years old. few days back, orange colored blood came out of his nose .and now he accidently had cut on his forehead and again same color blood came out of it. I am very much worried.Actually I want to know why this orange color blood comes which looks like orange color Plz. reply.My e-mail id is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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Thanks for using the HCM. I am happy to address your questions, in acute sinus infection, in addition to nasal congestion, one expects to see discolored mucus (yellow, or occasionally orange), facial pain, facial pressure, and an overall crappy feeling (malaise). This fluid which is orange in color is caused due to the breakage of tiny blood vessel inside your nose which is accompanied by mucus/ plasma diluting the RBC colour. Hope I have answered your query. If you have any further questions I will be happy to help. Thanks
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