Causes And Cope With Frequent Nosebleeds?
Alooo dook … Good afternoon … My name is Mariya, I’m 17 years old. Earlier, when I was having fun playing my cellphone, suddenly there was blood dripping from my left nasal cavity. The blood is pink. And there is some thick blood red heart. When, there is no dizziness or nosebleeds. However, after a while, my head hurts. My migraine has recurred. In fact, it hurts more than usual. A few days ago I felt the same way. My doctor said this is common when a body condition is feverish. However, when I had a nosebleed, I didn’t have a fever or anything like that. Suddenly blood just drips. So, what should I do? Is this a serious illness? For your time, I say many thanks.
Hello Mariya, Thank you for the question,
Nosebleeds are bleeding from the nose that can occur to anyone. In general, nosebleeds are a mild condition that does not require further medical treatment. Nosebleeds easily occur because the walls of the nasal cavity have many smooth blood vessels near the surface that break easily when an injury occurs (for example due to bumping, blowing too much snot) or inflammation of the nose (for example due to dry air, flu or sinusitis). Nosebleeds can be divided into nosebleeds that come from bleeding on the front of the nose and from the back of the nose. Nosebleeds that originate from bleeding behind the nasal cavity can be caused by exposure to chemicals, the presence of foreign bodies, tumors in the cavity, blood clotting abnormalities, or the use of blood-thinning drugs.
If you experience a nosebleed, you can do the following suggestions:
sit up straight with your body slightly leaning forward so that blood comes out of your nose
push the nose for 10-15 minutes to stop the bleeding
apply cold compresses to the nose to slow bleeding
If the nosebleeds can stop after you do the above recommendations, there is nothing you need to worry about. However, if the bleeding does not stop for more than 20 minutes or if this complaint often occurs or is accompanied by pale, easily fatigued, and heart palpitations, please consult your doctor immediately for further examination. Further examination is needed by the doctor to ascertain the cause in the case. From this examination, the new doctor can provide further treatment.
Hopefully this information is useful.