Blood Discharge And Blood Sputum Clots?
Hello, my name is indi, I am 18 years old this afternoon I had blood coming out of my mouth and was accompanied by a blood clot like phlegm but I didn’t feel anything. 1 month earlier I had tonsillectomy, was there any connection with tonsillectomy?
Good morning Indi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bleeding from the mouth can be caused by various things, depending on how much blood is being drained and whether it falls into the category of vomiting blood, it can be an emergency and dangerous condition.
Among the possible causes of bleeding from the mouth are:
One of the structures of the oral cavity (lips, gums, palate, etc.) is bleeding, which can be caused by sharp food, brushing your teeth too hard or the menstrual cycle Bleeding in the stomach, due to side effects of drug consumption or bacterial infection Bleeding the esophagus or esophagus , which can be caused by abnormalities in the liver, inflammation of the esophagus and a tear in the lining of the esophagus Swallowed nosebleeds and vomited
Even though from the description of the symptoms you convey, you don't feel anything and the relatively young age of this condition should not indicate seriousness, we recommend that you check with a general practitioner first, for later detection of your disease through medical history, examination physical by looking directly at your oral cavity, and perhaps support with blood tests, X-rays and so on.
In the meantime, record the number of times you bleed, and how much. Avoid consuming spicy, sour and oily foods first. Consume more water and avoid taking any drugs, especially painkillers, without a doctor's prescription. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa