Can headaches cause a nosebleed?
If you suffer with migrain headaches they are known to cause nose bleeds. I have suffered with migrains for 15 years. I have a lot of nosebleeds. The nose bleed can be another symptom of what is causing the headache. For instance in the winter, dry air can cause dehydration, which causes headaches, and the dry air causes the nasal passages to be more susceptable to nose bleeds. High blood pressure can cause both symptoms.
No, Paragard would not cause a nosebleed.
High blood pressure can cause headaches, dizziness, nose bleeds. Dry winter air can cause nose bleeds, and a headache. Another cause could be from severe nose picking, that can cause horrible headaches and nose bleeds. Blowing your nose too hard can cause a very bad headache and a possible nose bleed. But any combination of a headache and nose bleeding consistantly would warrant a visit to your health care practitioner. Probably is nothing but worth… Read More
If you get the excessive internal heat.
No. blood vessels cause headaches
Bread is not known to cause headaches, but certain allergic reactions to the bread could lead to headaches.
When the weather gets hot, blood vessels expand. This can cause a nosebleed. Colder weather usually brings dry air, drying out the nasal cavity and causing a nosebleed.
Not sure headaches relate to the heaviness, but periods very commonly cause severe headaches.
It is somewhat risky to inhale acetone, and it could cause headaches.
I've heard it could FIX headaches not cause them
Cartilidge piercings don't cause headaches. I've had mine done for about a year now & that isn't a cause of headaches(:
There are many different cause of headaches. There is no one major cause, because it depends on each person. Tension, pressure and poor diet could be attributed to headaches.
i think it can, as it gives me headaches.
yes, in the recent analysis it has been told that aspartame cause headaches.
Several things can cause a nosebleed, which is bleeding from the blood vessels inside the nose : changes in blood pressure, dryness or irritation of the nasal mining, or rupture by impact or injury. In susceptible individuals, stress can cause a nosebleed, as can chemical irritants, certain foods, anti-coagulant drugs, picking the nose, or blowing the nose too hard.
Fevers do not cause headaches directly. Generally speaking (with the exception of true migraines), both fevers and headaches are symptoms of underlying problems.
Yes, dehydration can cause headaches, but headaches can also be caused by sinus pressure, lack of food, and if your prescription is not correct on your glasses.
Dilaudid can sometimes cause headaches. When used for the treatment of a headache or Migraine it can also cause rebound headaches. For diagnosis or treatment of a health concern, please see your physician asap.
Yes, severe headaches are a common cause for people to stop taking melatonin supplements.
Yes. Increased blood sugar levels can cause headaches. Diabetes is a problem in the body's regulation of blood sugar, so eating foods that contain sugar can cause headaches.
Very bad headaches, yes.
To relieve or adjust pressure on the sinuses. Sinus pressure can cause headaches. Relieving that pressure can cause a 'sinus headache" to lessen in intensity. It stops blood flow to a headache as well - stops the throbbing pain. So it can be used to relieve a headache that way as well. People also pinch the bridge of their nose to stop the flow of blood during a nosebleed.
A brain tumor would cause headaches and blurred vision.
Pituitary gland cancer can cause headaches and blurred vision.
I don't know if they cause the headaches/migrains. all i do know is that i had a miscarriage last year and since then i keep getting bad headaches/migrains.
Sometimes caffeine can help headaches, but it can also cause rebound headaches, so great care should be taken in its use. Additionally, using caffeine regularly can actually cause or trigger some types of headaches.
can severe headaches cause high white blood cell count
Yes, thyroid levels that are too high, too low, or fluctuate may often cause headaches.
Yes, it can cause a headache.
Yes, flour and yeast may cause or trigger certain types of headaches in particular individuals who are susceptible to them.
When i eat ice, it causes headaches for me... so yes :]
In some recent reports, YAZ did cause bad headaches in some cases. Headaches is one of YAZ side effects. Good luck. Tonny http://www.yazbirthcontrol.helps101.com
can tmj cause headahes
it is possible that stress can cause headaches.
Yes, Scoliosis can cause headaches, depends on the type of curve and how bad it is Scoliosis affects more than just the spine!
Decaf coffee doesn't cause headaches. You can get headaches by switching from regular coffee to decaf because you are withdrawing from the caffeine.
Yes. Sometimes. Headaches and dizziness are symptoms of some allergies.
Caffeine can cause headaches when the effects of the drug wear off and you begin to "crash". Additionally, if you are a heavy coffee or soda drinking, quitting all caffeine intake has been known to cause some withdrawls including but not limited to headaches.
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No, but poltergeists can
Yes, it does.
Antidepressants affect brain chemistry and the balance of neurotransmitters which can cause headaches. If your headaches continue, maybe you should switch antidepressants.
Yes, they can. You need to see a neurologist so he can see just what is causing your headaches (if you, in fact, are the person with the headaches)...
Yes, fish can cause headaches (and/or other symptoms) if you have allergy or food intolerance. Many people have food allergies or intolerance without being aware of it. I get headaches after eating some fish but not others.
Soda water is not necessarily tied to headaches, but drinking too much water is often tied to headaches. Drinking too much water can cause brain swelling, which produces a dull headache.
Ingesting an excess amount of the herb can lead to vomiting, dizziness , thirst, and nosebleed.
I have never experienced headaches from dental x-rays.
Tension headaches, not migraines. Tension from squinting to try to improve vision.
It can be a variety of things. New molars or wisdom teeth can make someone's head hurt. Hormonal changes can also cause headaches. However, it is not normal for them to persist. If headaches are ongoing, be sure to ask the pediatrician about it.
There are several reasons you get headaches, you may have drunk to excess, a common cause of headaches. Wine as with any alcohol dehydrates the body, dehydration causes headaches. You may have an allergy, try white wine instead. Wine does not mix well with other drinks especially spirits, mixing your drinks may cause headaches. Drink in moderation.
only if you are allergic to it.