Prolonged Nasal Congestion With Nosebleeds?
Good morning, this morning I found snot mixed with blood it seems, because it looks like fiber but red.
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Nosebleeds (bleeding) occur due to rupture of blood vessels in the nasal region. Nosebleeds can occur due to irritation in your nose, such as sneezing too tight or too often or when you try to blow your nose too hard. Nosebleeds in small amounts are usually harmless and can stop on their own. You need to be vigilant if the blood does not stop for a long time (more than 30 minutes), the amount of blood is released a lot, nosebleeds that occur quite often (more than once a week), feels like a lot of blood is swallowed, or nosebleeds occur accompanied by bleeding at another place. You should also go to the nearest hospital emergency room if you start to look pale, weak, or tight. When nosebleeds, sit upright with your body leaning forward slightly. You can squeeze your nose using your thumb and index finger to stop the bleeding.
Allergies can be a cause of sneezing too often or nasal congestion for a long time. This condition is called allergic rhinitis. To overcome allergies, substances that trigger allergies (allergens) must be removed. The allergen that most often triggers allergic rhinitis is house dust mites. To eliminate them, you need to minimize the presence of dust in your home. You should minimize the furniture in the house. Your house also needs to be mopped every day. Avoid dolls, carpets, and woolen blankets. Also avoid cigarette smoke and other burning fumes. If you have food allergies, you should also avoid these foods. Besides allergies, there are various possible causes for your complaint. It's better if you come to the doctor to be examined directly. The doctor will determine the cause of your complaint and the treatment that is appropriate for you.
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