Hello dear. Welcome to Healthcaremagic. I read your query and I understand your concern.
The most common causes of nosebleeds
are drying of the nasal membranes and nose picking (digital trauma), which can be prevented with proper lubrication of the nasal passages and not picking the nose.
Chronic nosebleeds or persistent nosebleeds may need to be stopped with a heating instrument or chemical swab (cautery of the blood vessel that is causing the trouble), or application of a topical medicine called thrombin
that promotes local clotting of blood.
A doctor may use nasal packs to stop nosebleeds when conservative measures fail.
Do not take aspirin
or other blood thinning products when you get a nosebleed (if they are doctor-prescribed, consult your doctor before stopping any of them.
. The following risk factors predispose people to nosebleeds:
Trauma, including self-induced by nose picking (this is a common cause of nosebleeds in children)
Allergic and non-allergic rhinitisHypertension
(high blood pressure
Use of blood thinning medications
Less common causes of nosebleeds include tumors and inherited bleeding problemsHormonal
changes during pregnancy
may increase the risk of nosebleeds.
Hope my answer was helpful, if you have any other questions I'll be glad to help you. Best regards, Dr.Olgeta Xhufka ( general and family physician ).