There are any number of reasons people suffer nose bleeds, ranging from climate, blood disorders and medications. A person that has nose bleed that lasts two hours continuously (assuming you were trying to stop the nose bleed and not blowing your nose during the bleed) should be seen by a doctor to determine the underlying cause.
You should see your health care professional/doctor to find out. This can be something serious, especially since the bleeding lasted 2 hours. It could be either a problem with high blood pressure or with your clotting factors in your blood, or it could be something much less serious like allergens in the environment irritating the tissue in your nose. Make an appointment.
Haha, that happened to me once. Except my nose bleed lasted about 3 hours, on and off. Nothing much happened. The blood clots came out, it bled a little bit more, then stopped. Don't worry about it. Blood clots are a good sign, it shows you're healing properly. They only form because, as you have your head back, the blood has no where to run out so clots in big lumps in your nose.
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Just miscarried today at six weeks. I woke up covered in blood. Went to the bathroom. I could feel the blood clots as they passed so they were pretty big. I have been aware of it for three hours and I am still passing big clots of blood.
10.5 hours nonstop from Newark, NJ
its done operation and blodd is removed it mostly take 2-3 hours and depends on blodd
tPA is often used to dissolve blood clots. The only FDA approved treatment for ischemic strokes is tissue plasminogen activator (tPA). tPA works by dissolving the clot and improving blood flow to the part of the brain being deprived of blood flow. If administered within 3 hours- 4.5 hours, tPA may improve the chances of recovering from a stroke.
Probably nothing, but could be a sign of infection. If the blood clots have a white center, you may have miscarried. If you miscarried though it would be very painful and you'd fill more then 2 super maxi pads in 2 hours. My period has blood clots all the time and I am healthy- my gyn said that's normal.
Around 4-5 hours nonstop
The duration of Bleed - film - is 1.37 hours.
About 3 hours
Probably 15-20 hours nonstop
The shortest nonstop flight time is 10 hours
Of course, any surgical incision or surgical equipment used on the body can cause bruising. The physiology of how a bruise forms remains the same, no matter how the bruise is caused. It will always be an injury to small blood vessels that bleed into surrounding tissues. Even though the body clots the blood, the bruise has already begun but may not be visible for 24 hours.
Roughly 7 hours from Heathrow nonstop to Pearson.
Nonstop, 2 hours by plane.
About 2-3 hours nonstop.
well i think about 5 hours
About 4 hours if nonstop
About nine hours nonstop.
3 and a half hours nonstop.