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What is the cause for my left nasal to bleed ?

hi ,i am 30 years old man working as a nurse ,but unfortunitly last week started my left nasal bleeding sudden for a minute and stopped and again it happend next 3 days and stopped a week and again its happend early in the morning today for just a minute .i never had this kind of any problem before i dont know what should i do and whaer i have consult i am scare couold you please answer me any solution thanks .sam
Asked On : Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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Hi Sam,

You need to consult your ENT specialist rather than worrying. As you do not have any other symptoms apart from bleeding it is better to get a nasal endoscopy done to find out the cause of the bleeding and treat it in the same sitting. Till then use xylometazoline nasal drops (not more than 5 days), drink plenty of warm water and avoid smoking/ nose blowing if any.

Dr. Naveen Kumar
Answered: Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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