Nosebleeds Are Accompanied By Cold Sweat At Night?
At first, I had a nosebleed, the next day I had a nosebleed and at night I kept in cold sweat, what do you think the symptoms are … ??
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Nosebleeds occur when one of the blood vessels in the lining of the nose burst. The blood vessels in the front nose are very fragile and bleed easily. However, because you complain about the occurrence of fever as well, you need to be aware of dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF). Patients with DHF have decreased platelet count and impaired platelet function. Platelets are a component of blood that functions in blood clotting. If there is a decrease in the quantity or quality of platelets, the patient will easily bleed. Instead, you come to see a doctor for further examination. You may be asked to do a blood test if necessary. Other possible diseases also still exist. At home, when you have a nosebleed, try to stay upright and keep your head slightly forward. Squeeze your nose with your thumb and forefinger for about 10 minutes. During this time, breathe through your mouth. If the bleeding stops, don't clean the remaining blood in the nose. Wait at least 15 minutes before cleaning the remaining blood. If after 10 minutes the bleeding continues, immediately come to the emergency room at the nearest hospital.
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