Asked in Uncategorized
What to do if I my head is bleeding Any suggestion?
We need you to answer this question!
If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation right now!
What does it mean when the top of your head itches and you do not have head lice?
Where can I find a suggestion box?
Asked in Miscarriages, Periods while Pregnant
Is there any other cause of bleeding during pregnancy than miscarriage?
Asked in Headaches, Testicular Pain
What does it mean when your head hurts so bad that your nose starts bleeding?
Asked in Head, Ears, and Nose
Should I be worried that inside of my ear is bleeding after I hit my head?
Asked in Science, Book Reports
Why should you report any injury to your teacher?
It's important to report an injury to your teacher because the injury could be very survear. For example if you hit your head on like a rock your head could be bleeding in the inside ( internal bleeding). Though it doesn't hurt it could be very dangerous. You should always be cautious about what happens to you.
Is there any virginity with out bleeding?
When should a head injury send you to the hospital?
Answer Any head injury would warrant a visit to a doctor. ----------- Any or all of the following: If consciousness is lost (even momentarly), if the patient is nauseous, if the patient complains of a tingling sensation, if speech is slurred or movement is slow or erratic, if there is a discharge or bleeding from an ear or sight is affected, if the wound/injury hurts really bad or if its bleeding. Here's something i learned a few years ago in my health class, If Bleeding Is severe, Call 911 fast and get a towel and apply pressure to the wound.
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Physics
How hard do you have to hit your head to cause internal bleeding?
Asked in Dog Health, Veterinary Medicine
What do you do if your dog is bleeding sort of internally on the head and neck?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Why does a head wound bleed profusely?
The skin on our head is rather thin as compared with the main rest part of our skin. In addition, the blood pressure is slightly higher and this makes blood clotting work slower. Certain conditions may also hinder the clotting of blood, and this can lead to mayor bleeding from a relative small head wound. Not to worry though. Apply pressure to a wound and it will stop bleeding. Applying pressure for 5-10 minutes will stop the bleeding in most cases. Head wounds may require a bit longer time, but most headwounds even if bleeding a lot is not dangerous as long as bleeding is under control.