The Cause Of A 2-year-old Child Who Has A Nosebleed And Back Of His Head Is Often Bumped?
Malem, I want to ask .. In the afternoon my child has a nosebleed at 2 years 6 months, what is that for me … And my child also often hits his head against the wall, does it affect the head which is nosebleed ?? Mhon jwb y dokTrima of love
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Nosebleeds in children are often caused by a dry nose, bad noses picking (nose picking), and allergic or nasal irritation. Head impact is not related to nosebleeds. If the child has a nosebleed, keep your body upright with your head slightly bent. Press the child's nose until the bleeding stops. If the bleeding stays out and is difficult to stop, immediately come to the nearest hospital emergency room. To avoid recurring nosebleeds, pay attention to your child so as not to scratch his nose too often. Children should also be avoided from dust and smoke which can trigger allergies. No one should smoke at home, including on the porch. Avoid storing objects that can invite dust, such as dolls, carpets, carvings, blankets made from wool, and so on. The house should be mopped at least 2 times a day.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.