The Cause Of A 3-year-old Child’s Nose Is Bleeding?
I want to ask a 3.6-year-old boy when playing with his friend, my child is bleeding from his nose on the right side, but not long after I asked his nose to push his friend
The nose that bleeds can be caused due to various causes. Not all bleeding on the nose is dangerous. Bleeding on the nose or commonly called nosebleeds can be caused by a number of reasonable things for example when there is irritation on the inside of the nose, impact on the nose (including when the nose is squeezed).
If your child's nose is bleeding a little and stops for a short time, then chances are that it isn't dangerous. You simply provide tissue or clean cloth in the nostrils that bleed. Don't scratch or scratch your nose. Give enough water to your child to drink. Cold compresses at the base of the nose.
Some signs that indicate nosebleeds tend to be dangerous and are caused due to an illness:
nosebleeds / nose bleeding does not stop within> 10 minutes
bleeding very much
accompanied by other symptoms such as headaches, blurred vision
Therefore, if the child's condition that your child is experiencing does not improve or continues to recur, then you should check your child directly to the ENT specialist doctor, so that the doctor can provide the right therapy for your child.
The following article you can read about nosebleeds in children
may be useful. Thank you