The Danger Of Nosebleeds In Children Aged 1 Year?
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Nosebleeds can occur at any age, including children. Nosebleeds occur because the small blood vessels in the nose burst. Some children have thin blood vessels, so they break easily, for example in conditions that are too hot and dry, have a fever, high air pressure (for example on an airplane) or pick their nose too hard to cause injury. However, if the nosebleeds recur quite often or the blood doesn't stop quickly, an underlying disorder should be considered, such as:
injury to the face, infection of the nose and sinuses that lasts a long time, a foreign body in the nose, blood clotting disorders. Other malignancies, such as white blood cell cancer. If you have had a nosebleed just once, you don't have to worry because it is most likely not a sign of something dangerous. When a nosebleed occurs, the first treatment you can do is as follows:
Compressing the nose from the outside with cold water, it can also be by pressing the nose from the inside with sterile gauze or squeezing the nose from the outside until the bleeding stops. tilt your head back Do not swallow blood that has fallen into your mouth/throat Avoid touching the inside of your nose with dirty hands Try not to blow your nose, lower your head after a nosebleed Avoid excessive heat Give drink more after the nosebleed If the bleeding occurs in large amounts, don't stop for a long time (> 30 minutes), and the child becomes weak until there is a decrease in consciousness, immediately take your child to the nearest emergency department to get further treatment.
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