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What is the cause for blood to come while coughing with headache ?

hello Doc..i m 23 years old female.I cough up with blood from 2 days..on Tuesday night when i blow my nose half of it was flesh blood.after 5/6 hour I dont need to blow my nose is clear.but I have lots of cough.and every time it with blood and headache .after this i consult with my family doc and take Azyth 500.From today morning blood in cough decrease.I want to know why this happened? I got hurt on my head on the wall on that night(when bleed start).but that was not very painful.I cried lot on that night because i was upset for something.I didnt told my doc those thing.may u kindly told me why i bleed??Is it for sinus??because i was suffering for throat infection and cold..
Asked On : Wed, 3 Aug 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
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Read your prob, first you have to know from where blood comes, from lungs or nose. if it comes from nose there is nothing to worry it happen due to presence of any growth in nose , for it you should consult with ENT specialist. if it comes from lungs you should rule out any underlaying diease like TB or other by getting blood test like CBC. ESR, mountex test. discuss it with your doc n start proper treatment.
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Sports Medicine Specialist Dr. Abhay Dikshit's  Response
Hi, Esha,
The bleeding from the nose may be because of many reasons.
You got hurt on your head, the excessive sneezing, infection in the nose-rhinitis, excessive cough & Sinusitis all are the probable causes.
Now, when the bleeding is stopped, if it reappears you have to go for investigations to find out the cause.
Treat your throat infection, cough & cold properly as per your qualified Family Physician and you won't have any trouble.
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