Ask questions about the causes and treatments for nose bleeds here.
Ask questions about the causes and treatments for nose bleeds here.
you tilt your head back and pinch your nose.
I, myself, am a heavy nasal snuffer. The only time my nose has ever bled from it, is from wiping out the inside of my nostrils too much. Instead, as you get used to snuff, you just let it drip down the back of your throat and spit it out, or just swallow it. Avoid over-blowing your nose to reduce the chance of nose bleed. Gatta train those nostrils to be as tough as leather… Read More
yes it is for some people
Tilt your head back, or let it bleed. To avoid, don't knock your nose on so many things!
Strange, our 7 year old son is experiencing nose bleeds as well. Very curious, he has been taking Strattera for around a year now. Seems to have the nose bleeding in the am when he awakes or during the night when he is sleeping on his pillow the next morning he leaves a very visible trace. Really not sure if the Rx is the link or not or maybe the weather causing it, really just… Read More
The bumps near your hairline are PIMPLES. They are usually caused by oily skin or oily hair. Some hair products can cause this. It's wise to wash your face (particularly on the upper and sides of the hairline with gentle soap and water) then use a toner to get the extra oil out of the pores. Your hair should be washed approximately every second day if you have this problem.
It could be because of dry air. If your nose gets dry, the membranes burst which causes your nose to bleed. It looks like more blood than it actually is. The clot is what should happen. Since it came out, it may bleed more until it clots again. If you are still concerned, see your doctor.
No. When a person gets a hard enough "bonk" swelling will result. It is always a good sign if you get knocked pretty hard that you have a bump, because that is an obvious way of telling that your head is healing... If you have sight problems (blurry vision) nausea and/or vomiting, dizziness, or other of these type of symptoms you should get checked out.
Yes alcohol affects how you bleed.Alcohol thins the blood,and if you are older in age and are taking a blood thinner be very careful as to when you go and have that done .
Apply pressure by pinching the middle of your nose. Do this while lying down with your head slightly elivated.
pinch it lightly. DO NOT TIP HEAD BACK! if you tip your head back you could choke on your own blood.(i know that sounds gross)
don't let her take to much asprin. It's not good for her liver. Try advil if she needs a pain killer. I would go see a doctr asap. She might have pressure on her brain or something which could cause pain and bleeding on the nose. Just a thought. Go to a nurologist asap
right now you get some to punsh you in the nose then it will stop after a fort night then kapow your done haha
This is actually quite a problem, with about 9% of 11-14 year olds experiencing recurrent nosebleeds for no apparent reason. Most will grow out of this before puberty. In the mean time, it can be quite distressing both for the child and those looking after them. Drugs such as tranexamic acid are used to control heavy bleeding, especially with menstrual problems, but are not ideal for children. Another option is to regularly apply antiseptic cream… Read More
If you are losing lots of blood, then you may be light-headed simply because of the decreased blood volume. This is similar to people feeling light-headed when they donate blood. I would definitely see a doctor for these repeated nosebleeds. They could be a symptom of a more severe problem or cause another problem such as anemia. I also swallow alot of blood, and will continue to bring it up almost a week later. In… Read More
Probably an infected lymph node. ANOTHER ANSWER It could be caused by a sinus infection. If it does not go away and you still have sinus pressure, you should see a doctor, preferably an ENT (ear, nose & throat) doctor for an antibiotic. Sinus infections that are left untreated can lead to worse and more serious problems.
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 and 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… Read More
I would think so, but GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR.
Hi there Anemia could be the cause and you need more iron, but there are so many things that can mimick this that it is best to go in and see your doctor. Don't be afraid of some dreaded disease. People get run-down and although you may eat well you can still become anemic and your doctor can help you out with this. Good luck Marcy
Nosebleeds will stop with pressure. Nasal sprays can help as they constrict the blood vessels. It is prescribed for people with problematic nosebleeds. You must be careful if you have high blood pressure or other health problems as specificed on the back of the bottle. Decongestant nasal sprays work very well on even very bad nose bleeds. You should make sure, however, to purchase the "Pump Mist" type bottles vs the traditional type. Both will… Read More
High blood pressure can cause sporadic nosebleeds - a trip to the doctor will rule out this possibility. As well dry air or an injured nasal membrane can cause repeated nosebleeds. Applying petroleum jelly inside the nostrils will ease this condition.
I am a 23 year old female. I used to have heavy nosebleeds almost daily as a pre-teen, but they stopped completely by the time I was 12. I've been on 40mg of Strattera daily for four months and experienced my first nosebleed in over 10 years about two weeks ago. I've noticed that Strattera leaves my nose and sinuses feeling really dry. In fact, Strattera doubled as a cold medicine for me when I… Read More
With symptoms like this it is important to get a blood pressure check. High blood pressure can sometimes be symtom free, but some people experience constant headache, or can hear their pulse more or experience more frequent nose bleeds. Untreated high blood pressure increases risk of stroke and heart attack and can cause kidney failure.
No only if you get punched in the nose yeah
No, they shouldn't.
Possibly leukemia. Please see a doctor soon.
Do not pinch your nose. You just have to let the blood just run you can just put a tissue under to catch the blood. DO NOT PINCH
The muscous membrane in the nose is very thin, and what's more, it's highly infused -- there are lots of blood vessels there. So injuries -- scratches, abrasions, etc. that would only bruise another part of the body will break the skin in the nose. Even just rubbing the nose can sometimes make it bleed. Chronic, frequent nosebleeds are more common in younger patients. Two other causes of frequent nosebleeds are exposure to dust or… Read More
people nose bleed because they sometimes pick their nose and dont get enough air to breath also because of the weather if it is extremely cold the nosetrill really gets damaged so you cant stop the bleeding.
Yes, smoking tobacco or anything else can irritate the nasal cavity and cause nose bleeds.
You put a tissue in your nose and tilt your head back. Then wait for it to stop.
I think it means that they trying to get rid of all their problems without anybody knowing.. They talk about medication in their chorus and that's why they don't want anybody to call the doctor because they want to do it in private.. I may be wrong but I gave it a try
because they are trying to encourage the blood and the blood clot to get out of their nose ,also some people feel weird when the put their head back and they might faint
Whatever the cause she really should see a doctor and get those nosebleeds stopped. Sometimes nosebleeds are a sign of something serious, but if your daughter has been having them for three years it sounds as though she just has a fragile blood vessel in her nose. This is quite common and easily dealt with. If she has been having them a lot she may be anemic from the blood loss which would make her… Read More
Stop drinking milkshakes,beer,smokes,alchohol and anything that might disrupt th ebalance of your body.Junkfood is bad,fruit,vegetubles and fresh meat is the answer to happiness.
yes, actually, it might. considering there are many nerve endings in thenose, and for the fact that your nose has many sensory receptors... have you ever been slapped in the nose before? well, if that hurts, then getting HIT is going to cause some type of head trauma
You probably have a raised blood vessel that is close to the skin. The lump you can feel is the scab trying to heal it. If you are having frequent bleeds, you may need to have the area cauterised.
Brusing on the brain.
If you have a bad enough bruise on the brain it could. You should go to the doctor and have a scan done, to make sure that you are not bleeding severly.
Yep it is very possible that the pressure behind your nose is due to sinus congestion. The sinus congestion may be due to a mucus blockage or mucus membrane inflammation. it is important that you get treatment for your congestion because it can lead to a sinus infection. There are many products available in the market that can help decongest your sinuses, such as SinusWars7, The netiPot or you may even be able to use… Read More
mostly stress...things like that happen to me (the headache part) you could be very stressed..you got up to quikly not enough sleep..it could be your body trying to tell you something..so go see a docter
It is not common and may be a sign of a skull fracture. Go to the ER immediately. ____________________________________________________________________ Well I had a concussion today and about 10 minutes after had a pretty bad nose bleed. Now, later the same night im fine. I doubt I have any skull fractures, I think I would feel that..
Many things. A bruise, an insect bite, a fatty growth. check with a doctor.
Could be that your sacs are dry. They sit high in your nostrals. You need to drink LOTS of water every day, it's a sign of dehydration. If it persists, see a Dr.
Could be from the novicane shots, or shock to sinuses.
If you love your 13 year old Boston Terrier very much then buy the MRI. If you don't love your 13 year old Boston Terrier very much then don't buy the MRI. Answer Ooh... that's a tough situation... 1/10 Boston terriers are allergenic... there is probably some dog allergy medicine (for dogs) that would help that though...
you haven't washed your face but dont worry, everyone has a filthy face in the morning. :)
It could be because the child has an allergy to something in or around the house. my husband had a constantly running nose as a child and it was found to be an allergy to wheat (his mother fed him cream of wheat every am)
it could be an old rash or cut . has s/he had a cold recently because i know it sounds horrible but s/he might have picked there nose and the bogie might have gone hard so as she picked it it has cut it was this any help if so post back thanks joes
because it might feel unconforatable and itchy and annoying so they want the ******* out and then well find a place to put it.
Well it depends on the cause of death. If someone is bleeding from their respiratory tract when they die or if they have head, brain, or facial trauma then you may see blood from the ears, mouth and nose.
At the very worst, it might be a serious lung problem. Either way (and anywhere in between), coughing up blood should be taken seriously, even though it may not be. Sorry, i don't have much knowledge on Coughing blood and Nose bleed.
Go see a doctor!!!!
com Although there is no nutritional value in bogies, I eat it every day, because in my subconcious mind, i already know they are improving my immune system immensely. When a child sees, you, adults kissing they're probably like "why the hell do you guys like fighting with their tongues and lips?". children, your time may come, but adults kiss for similar reasons to why you eat bogies, to build up their immune systems, so… Read More
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When you get it a cut it tears capillaries and veins under your skin because ur skin is only 3 layers thick u will usually tear a vessel every time you get a cut, since your blood moves as a certain pressure it will leak out, think of it as a leaky toilet pipe every time you flush water leaks out of the pipe because of the pressure its moving. You stop bleeding because platelets… Read More
all cartilage can shatter. But dont worry,Theres LESS chance in getting the nose cartilage to shatter.
This question can only be answered through a thorough medical exam. Weight loss, nose bleeds and dizziness can be linked to a large number of ailments or environmental factors.
Either by being hit, scratch, or picked, or by having hemophilia (heem-o-FILL-ee-ah) is a rare, inherited bleeding disorder in which your blood doesn't clot normally. If you have hemophilia, you may bleed for a longer time than others after an injury. You also may bleed internally, especially in your knees, ankles, and elbows. This bleeding can damage your organs or tissues and, sometimes, be fatal.
after being in western Australia we all got thread worms. We took ovex it stopped all the itching in anus and itchy linning in noses (intenmse), wanting to put fingers in mouth constantly and very aggitated. The ovex caused numerous side effects in all 6 of us. From severe dizziness, nose bleeds, blisters on skin, tongue swollen, rash - severe. Symptoms of hand, foot and mouth disease. Consultant thought it was with my son, but… Read More
Alcohol thins your blood. therefore it will make the bleeding worse
Numbness after falling and hitting your head can be a sign of a concussion. When the head is struck, the softer brain will hit up against the hard skull.
First, the fact that you are having nosebleeds may not be a very good indication to begin with. Nosebleeds are often caused due to damaged mucus membranes. The problem with having your mucus membranes damaged is that there is a possibility that you can develop nasal polyps. This is not a nice condition, as nasal polyps are growths inside your nose that can cause a lot of pain and, in the more severe cases, even… Read More
Possibly a pinched trigeminal nerve, could be from stress, May be associated with a Migraine Variant... Are you Anxiety prone?- History of Panic attacks??? Could be cause from lots of tension!!!... all just possibilities, unless you use cocaine or sniff any other kind of drug), Rule that out first... If you are that worried, make and apt with your family Doctor to reassure yourself that you are healthy!!!...
I know that you can develop nasal polyps at the root of the nose. Nasal polyps are basically growths within the nose or even in the sinus cavities. They are usually non-cancerous but they can affect your lifestyle if they are big. Often a person that has nasal polyps snores at night and can feel as if their nose and sinuses are congested. There can even be pain at the root of the nose and… Read More
Contrary to popular belief, you do NOT pinch your nose and tilt your head back. This will cause the blood to flow down the throat and into the stomach, possibly causing irritation or other problems. Proper procedure would be to pinch the nose and lean forward. Continue until hemorrhaging has stopped.
Nose bleeds are usually caused from nose picking, hot or moist air, or nose-bleeding that is too forceful. To get rid of it, pinch the nose for 10 minutes. If that doesn't work, hold a cold compress over the nose while pinching it. If that still doesn't work, you must go see a physician or a doctor immediately. your welcome (: You usually get nose bleeds from excessively dry air. Many nose bleeds are caused… Read More
Never tilt your head back, it can damage the lining of your stomach and throat. Okay next, lean slightly forward over a sink, yes it will drip out..for now. Next, use your index finger, and press hard below the boney part of your nose. Make sure you cut off the blood flow, hold this for about a minute. It should have stopped by now. DO NOT blow your nose yet, as this will clear out… Read More
To stop a nose bleed soak a flannel in one pint or six hundred mls of very cold water to which you have added six drops of frankincense oil fold it in half and place over the bridge of your nose and the bleeding will stop very quickly
Due to dry climate or environment,your nasal membranes dry out and crack which results to bleeding. Ok there you go. I hope I answered your question.
can't open mouth...have no salvia and my nose bleeds alot..one gland in my neck is swollen
A nose is something on your face that allows you to breath.
could be osler-weber-rendu syndrome go to www.hht.org
Yes, it actually does. Ive been anemic for years and always get both nose bleeds and headaches
What I do is relax my body from head to toe. Then I breath in and out deep breaths. I keep doing this till i am in La La Land.
its cause if your nose is dry or the heat and other things.
False. There is no way that a piercing would move around. Besides, your nose doesn't really grow enough to stretch a piercing. She's fine. no. my friend had her's done when she was 13 and she's twenty two now. it hasn't moved. she should be fine Lol skin actually never stops growing, hence wrinkles ;)
I had a septoplasty two days ago, you will feel better if you remove the clot. You should be irrigating your nostrils several times a day with warm salt water. you can also soak a cptton ball in warm salt water and hold it against your nostrils to help remove the clot and dried bloodand crustiness.
It is not uncommon for people to have nose bleeds that start for no apparent reason. This is usually due to a weak or damaged blood vessel inside the nose and typically causes no serious problems. Any blood left in the nose will form a clot that comes out when you blow your nose, but is not cause for concern.
The increased blood volume may cause the small and sensitive vessels in your nose to break easily during pregnancy.
The best way to make sure the hamster has no long term injuries is to take it to a vet.
Answer Do yourself a big favor, go see a doctor. There is no way anyone on here can diagnose your problem without seeing you and we aren't doctors to start with, so go too see a doctor and don't worry, it could be nothing but old age catching up with you.
The most common cause of nosebleeds is nose-picking.
Nose bleeds from exercise can be caused from a variety of factors. It is possible that you are having an acute increase in your blood pressure. Make sure that you are not holding your breath while you exercise, which tends to increase your inter thoracic pressure. You should check your blood pressure prior to and after a bout of exercise. Other cause may be medications, or allergies which irritate your mucous membranes. If your nose… Read More
The most common cause of epididymitis is due to an STD. STDs can also cause you to have ulcerations and bleed. If you have either epididymitis or blood coming from your penis, you need to see your doctor as soon as possible to get it treated. You also need to inform your partner/partners so that they can get treated too, otherwise you will just reinfect yourself.
Nose bleeds can either be through picking your nose, or through high blood pressure etc. I suggest you see your doctor as you could have a condition called hypertension, which can be dangerous in pregnancy. If you get headaches and dizziness you should consult a doctor sooner rather than later.
their nose bleeds are just like humans. If their nose bleeds happen to much go to the vet they might need to be put down meaning die or eles they will suffer in pain and die. Take your dog to the vet about 2-4 times a year written by: Anna
I had an in-grown hair in my nostril once that caused excessive mucous build-up, drainage and crusting. After weeks of suffering through, I went to the doctor who put me on antibiotics and said I shouldn't have waited so long 'cause the infection could have traveled quickly to the brain from the nostril and caused real trouble.
It can be many things. Sometimes it is low humidity and dryness, blowing the nose too much or picking your nose. But usually it's the lack of sleep or the heat. However, if the nosebleeds become frequent and very hard to stop, you should see a doctor. It can be a sign of a brain tumor or blood disorder.
I get that also. I would say go to the doctors he always knows the answer. My opinion its either the dry air, a sinus infection, or a bursted blood vessel. When I called my doctor they said to put vassaline up my nose. I suggest you do that.
Alcohol dilates blood vessels in the nose and reduces blood's ability to clot by decreasing platelet activity "thinning" the blood and increasing the chance for a nose bleed.
yes expecially when they pick their noses
i been getting headache and nose bleeds i have it in for 4 days in a row so far
Here are some answers from people who have the procedure done: I had nasal cauterization last week. I had 3 blood vessels in my right nostril that kept bleeding very easily (even if I ate spicy food!). So, I met the doctor and got it cauterized in the same first appointment. The silver nitrate is so painful. It felt like I broke my nose and my right front tooth was killing me too. Not to… Read More
If you have any concerns about your health, especially with symptoms that you have described you should seek medical attention right away. Something such as highblood pressure or a stroke could cause something like that and can happen to people of all ages. I am not a medical professional so again, let me advise you see a doctor if you have any concerns.
Having numerous heavy nose bleeds over the course of 5 days is most likely indicative of a bad sinus infection. The best thing to do would be to go to the ER or Urgent Care clinic as soon as possible.
The drier the air, the more likely it is that your nose may bleed. A humidifier, plus vaseline applied at night, works wonders.
When the mother rejects a kitten is often because there is something wrong with the kitten. It's natures way. However, if you take the kitten to the vet it's very possible you could pull this kitten through whatever is wrong, but you will have to be available often during the day and night to feed the kitten and to be sure it has it's medications.
Well when its bleeding at the time put your head forward and hold a tissue in front of it and squeeze it up the front where the bone stops near the tip of the nose and squeeze it shut don't push to hard. and make sure you keep your head forward wait ten minuets then check if it has stopped bleeding if it hasn't wait another ten etc. once it has stopped don't blow it… Read More
Im sure it could, but unless their is something in the vomit that is large that could plug up the nose canal he/she will be fine.