Often Experience Anemia And Nosebleeds If Tired?
good afternoon, I mifta age 22 years I have a poor medical history, since childhood I was easily sick, and weak. short story now if I am exhausted I would have anemia and nosebleeds, things I want to ask about my health condition whether it affects my future, whether if the condition like I experience this will happen every tired,
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Need to be clarified, how did you find out that you have anemia? Has a direct examination been done by a doctor?
Nosebleeds that are often repeated are not always dangerous. It could be, this indicates a tangle of blood vessels in your sensitive nasal cavity, making it vulnerable to rupture, for example due to mechanical trauma or also due to exposure to excessive heat, dry air, and many other factors. If the nosebleeds improve on their own in less than 15 minutes, often there is no special treatment that needs to be done in this regard.
However, if the nosebleeds recur very often, for example to cause excessive bleeding and lead to anemia (low blood hemoglobin), then this condition should be checked directly to a doctor or ENT specialist. Your doctor needs to do an in-depth evaluation to identify the exact cause of your complaint, for example related to anatomic disorders in the nose, rhinosinusitis, benign or malignant tumors in the nose (eg polyps or carcinomas), hypertension, hemophilia, leukemia, idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, side effects of drugs, alcoholism, hormonal changes, and so on. It could be, these other conditions that ultimately also cause you to limp and have poor immune system. Some types of investigations, such as x-rays, CT scans, laboratories, etc. may also be done by the doctor if deemed necessary.
At this time, the following steps are worth trying:
Don't scrape your nose or blow your nose too hard
Avoid exposure to hot temperatures and excessive dry air, use an air humidifier in your residence
Expand eat foods rich in vitamin K and iron
Not taking drugs carelessly
Always live a healthy lifestyle, don't consume alcohol
If a nosebleeds appear, don't panic, move to a comfortable place, plug your nose with a cotton roll, tilt your head up, breathe through your nose. See a doctor if you do not stop in 15 minutes
Hope this helps ...