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Stabbing pains in left side of head, nose bleeding. Inter-related symptoms?

my boyfriend is having sharp stabbing pains in the left side of his head that are coming an going sometimes lasting for no more than 5 mins. today his left side of his nose started bleeding heavily an it took atleast 10 mins to get it to stop. he is currently in jail so I need help as to what could be wrong an if the two things are linked together
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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sinus infection as it causes headache bleeding is also the sign of sinusitis
as there is chronic sinusitis there is post nasal drip headache and bleeding through nose
get xray pns waters view and consult ent doctor to treat it
meanwhile can use anti allergic analgesic neomycin h ointment in nose bd and sea water 2 drops at night it can control to some extent the bleeding in nose
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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