Bleeding Nose At 19 Weeks Pregnant?
afternoon, I’m currently 19weeks pregnant u003cbru003etp suddenly my nose is bleeding but it’s not like nosebleeds in general because not much blood comes out, and there are no symptoms of dizziness or tiredness or anything else, what do you think is the cause and is it dangerous? u003cbru003please answer
Nosebleeds can be experienced by everyone, if it only appears once and the blood stops quickly and the amount is not much then you don't need to worry and usually this condition is not dangerous. Nosebleeds occur due to the rupture of blood vessels in the area inside the nose which is influenced by various factors such as changes in temperature and humidity so that the inner lining of the nose becomes susceptible to injury, the habit of blowing your nose, picking your nose, nasal polyps, sinusitis, side effects of certain medications. (usually blood-thinning, anti-clotting, or respiratory medications).
If this condition only happens once and never happens again in the near future, then Rida need not worry, because nosebleeds can happen to anyone and at any time, so there is a possibility that the nosebleed actually has nothing to do with Rida's pregnant condition. However, if these nosebleeds occur repeatedly or the bleeding stops for a long time or the amount of blood that comes out is large, Rida is expected to immediately go to the doctor for further examination to find out the source of the problem causing the nosebleed.
As for some tips to prevent nosebleeds, don't get into the habit of picking your nose too deep, then avoid the habit of sneezing (blowing your nose by blowing your nose while covering your other nose) but let the snot flow out by itself and then wipe it off. Avoiding exposure to secondhand smoke also helps reduce the risk of nosebleeds.
Hope it is useful