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Bleeding is due to the small vessels in the ear cartilage having been cut. Partly due to the piercer not looking at the cartilage piercing carefully enough to avoid damaging the vessels structures. Bleeding will occur with all cartilage piercings, how much depends on the location of the vessels. Don't clear the clots away from the piercing (this is the bodies way of plugging the leak) allowing the clots to stay for 24 hours will allow the body to close the damaged vessels from the inside out. Washing the piercing under running water will rinse the clots away and not irritate the piercing thus preventing the piercing from bleeding again. The bleeding should ease within 24 ~ 48 hours.
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%DETAILS% I would like to know the answer to this question also. I had a very large blood clot that I pulled from my left nostril. Only one nostril was bleeding an…d stopped soon after. my kids have the same problem. i don't see any answers posted. this must be fairly common if there are multiple posts. When your nose bleeds, The blood cloting is what eventually stops the bleeding. I am not a doctor but It seems logical that you would see blood clots if you did'nt allow the clot to stabalize and harden before blowing/picking your nose. Hello. This can be caused by the blood congealing in your nasal carriageway and coming out in clots. But see your doctor if its concerning you.
Answer You might want to check with a gynecologist. Answer No, this is not normal. Go see the gynecologist.
Answer yes it is normal but if you are clotting to much you need to get checked.
It's a good idea to get it checked out by a professional. No piercing should be bleeding after that amount of time.
it means you are a squirrel :)
yes it is because sometimes it all comes out at one time and clogs so yes it is its also very common during your period to see a blood clot in your pad or on your tampon…
You shove a 1m2 by 5m2 banquet up your nose. Sit for the night. (trust me it works) Make sure you eat lots of cheese. (cheese clears the nose)
a clot may be
First, apply firm pressure by biting on a folded damp gauze up to twelve hours, changing it only when it is soaked with blood. Next, soak a teabag in warm water for …a few minutes and bite on the teabag. The tannic acid in tea is a natural coagulant. If you continue to experience substantial bleeding from the extraction site after 24 hours, contact the dentist who performed the surgery and follow his/her instructions. Let your dentist know of any medications you are taking, particularly aspirin or aspirin substitutes, coumadin, or any drugs with known blood-thinning properties.
you will start to bleed alot when nothing even happened.
Yes. You've just had a big hole punched through it! the good new is that tonuges heal very quickly.
Any piercing can bleed. Just remember, you are sticking pieces of metal through your body in places that they were not meant to go.
I do not know the answer, but i thought i was pregnant and possibly still am i think but my period was a whole week late and i bled and clotted very heavily for two days and h…ave been spotting for the last three. I would like to know as well. i have been reading other comments and questions that say yes you can have a regular period throughout the duration of a pregnancy. My mother told me she had two with her first pregnancy and just thought she had the flu (instead of morning sickness). however i also read that this is not hereditary but still possible. i am so confused.
I've had my nose pierced three times and the only time it's ever bled was when I caught it on some fabric and it really, really got a hard yank. Even then it didn't bleed very… much. So perhaps go back to the place you got it pierced and ask them about it.
No. Usually implantation bleeding is a bright red to brown drops of blood. No clots.