A Bloody Cold That Leads To Coughing With A Little Blood?
Excuse me, I want to ask the doctor. If a person has a very long (prolonged) cold, sometimes they get reddened again and sometimes, when they blow their nose, they bleed a little (the mucus is thick and the blood is a little bit) then after that it is no longer. And now starting to have a cold again, accompanied by coughing up phlegm (and a little bleeding) and accompanied by low-grade fever, headache, shortness of breath a little (briefly). What disease is that? And how do you treat it?
Hello Elvina, Thank you for the question.
The wall of the nasal cavity is a thin membrane with fine blood vessels near its surface. The presence of injury, inflammation, or a foreign object in the nose can cause these blood vessels to break easily, causing bleeding. This bleeding can be a nosebleed or mixed with nasal mucus. Removing nasal mucus that is too hard can also cause this bleeding.
Coughs and colds can be accompanied by other symptoms such as sore throat, fever, nasal congestion, shortness of breath, chest pain, headache, muscle aches, and weakness. Coughs and colds are caused by the following health conditions:
sinusitis flu laryngitis bronchitis pneumonia You can do the following suggestions:
get more rest, consume more water, consume more balanced nutritious food, keep your hands clean, take paracetamol if you have a headache or fever If this complaint does not improve for several days or you have high fever, shortness of breath, chest pain, pallor, please feel free to immediately see a doctor. The doctor will ask about this complaint and examine you. The doctor will determine the next treatment after this examination.
Avoid getting too strong nasal mucus. You can also inhale steam from a bowl of warm water to help clear your breathing.
I hope this information is useful.