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I am nida saher, aged about 19 years. From last few days blood comes from nose. And suffer from itching also.

ENT Specialist, Barwani
I am nida saher, aged about 19 years. From last few days blood comes from nose. And suffer from itching also.
Use solspree nasal spray to moisten your nose along with roxid 300 mg twice daily and tab cadisper c for 5 days and then revert back.
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Sir mere maa ke naak se blood aajata hai bar-bar please help me my cont no mobile.

MBBS, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE)
General Physician, Delhi
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mere maa ke naak se blood aajata hai bar-bar please help me my cont no mobile.
Frequent nosebleeds may mean you have a more serious problem. For example, nosebleeds and bruising can be early signs of leukemia. A more detailed discussion over a call may help to address your mother's issue in a better way. Thanks.
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I am a single 20 year old boy. My problem is that after 20 or 30 days, blood starts coming from my nose. This has happened to me many times but I used to ignore it as normal.

M.D. Consultant Pathologist, CCEBDM Diabetes, PGDS Sexology USA, CCMTD Thyroid, ACDMC Heart Disease, CCMH Hypertension, ECG, CCCS ( CARDIOLOGY & STROKE)
Sexologist, Sri Ganganagar
I am a single 20 year old boy. My problem is that after 20 or 30 days, blood starts coming from my nose. This has hap...
Oh no first check your blood pressure then go for ent check up to rule out nasal polyp. Contact me on line of results.
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About 2 years ago a drop of blood came out of my nose. Then again about six seven month ago there was a drop of blood. Since last month it happened twice.

MBBS, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE)
General Physician, Delhi
About 2 years ago a drop of blood came out of my nose. Then again about six seven month ago there was a drop of blood...
The most common causes of nosebleeds are dryness and nose picking. It may also occur if you are taking drugs that interfere with blood clotting. Identification of actual cause may help to apply right treatment. Let's connect over a call to discuss your issue in more detail. Thanks.
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Nose Bleeding - Know Reasons Behind It!

MD - Internal Medicine, MBBS, Nephrology
General Physician, Roorkee
Nose Bleeding - Know Reasons Behind It!
Nosebleeds can be frightening and dramatic. Luckily, most cases of nosebleeds can be dealt with fair ease. Nosebleeds can be classified into two types depending upon the origin of the nose bleed, namely anterior and posterior.

Anterior bleed is the most common, and the bleeding is from a blood vessel which is present in the front part of the nose. These bleeds can be easily controlled by simple measures taken by doctors or at home.
Posterior nose bleeds are usually indicative of something more complicated and occur mostly in adults or the elderly. The bleed can be caused by a rupture in arteries in the posterior part of the nose. These nosebleeds can get severe and may require admission to a hospital for treatment and management. They are the most common in kids in the range of 2 to 10 years and adults older than 50 years.
What can cause nosebleeds?

The most common cause of a nosebleed is probably trauma or an injury to the nose. External trauma includes a sharp blow to the nose, whereas internal injury comprises of injury from picking your nose continuously or irritation from cold.
Less frequently, an underlying condition can also result in nosebleeds. These conditions include diseases that make clotting difficult. The inability of blood to properly coagulate and clot can be contributed by blood-thinning agents like aspirin and warfarin.
Disease in the liver can also cause problems in the clotting of blood. Rarely, cancer in the nose or abnormal blood vessels present in the nose can contribute to bleeding. Another cause of nosebleeds can be high blood pressure, but it is rarely the only reason.
What are the symptoms of nosebleeds?

Nosebleeds usually occur from one nostril. Sometimes, if the bleeding is excessive, the nostril can get filled with blood and it can cross the nasopharynx and overflow into the other nostril and result in bleeding from both nostrils. The blood can also go into the throat and one may spit out blood from the mouth or vomit out blood (hematemesis).
Excessive blood loss can cause dizziness, confusion, lightheadedness, and can also cause fainting. Excessive blood loss from nosebleeds is not very common.
Although, nosebleeds are rarely a complication, it is advised to consult a doctor if the occurrences are too frequent.
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Sir im 23 year old men actually my nose feeling burn sometimes n blood is coming n I have cough right nw when I through my salaiwa from neck to mouth blood is not coming but when nose to mouth then litl blood was coming what I do.

MBBS, Basic Life Support (B.L.S), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE)
General Physician, Delhi
Nasal congestion from a cold, allergy, sinus infection, or poor air quality is the most common cause of anosmia. If you are experiencing a sore throat it is most commonly due to viral infection, if it is accompanied by fever or severe pain while swallowing food or water, it usually suggests and infection that needs treatment. You should seek medical help for early treatment.
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Nose Bleeding - What Can Contribute To It?

Multi Speciality, Chandigarh
Nose Bleeding - What Can Contribute To It?
Nosebleeds can be frightening and dramatic. Luckily, most cases of nosebleeds can be dealt with fair ease. Nosebleeds can be classified into two types depending upon the origin of the nose bleed, namely anterior and posterior.

Anterior bleed is the most common, and the bleeding is from a blood vessel which is present in the front part of the nose. These bleeds can be easily controlled by simple measures taken by doctors or at home.
Posterior nose bleeds are usually indicative of something more complicated and occur mostly in adults or the elderly. The bleed can be caused by a rupture in arteries in the posterior part of the nose. These nosebleeds can get severe and may require admission to a hospital for treatment and management. They are the most common in kids in the range of 2 to 10 years and adults older than 50 years.
What can cause nosebleeds?

The most common cause of a nosebleed is probably trauma or an injury to the nose. External trauma includes a sharp blow to the nose, whereas internal injury comprises of injury from picking your nose continuously or irritation from cold.
Less frequently, an underlying condition can also result in nosebleeds. These conditions include diseases that make clotting difficult. The inability of blood to properly coagulate and clot can be contributed by blood-thinning agents like aspirin and warfarin.
Disease in the liver can also cause problems in the clotting of blood. Rarely, cancer in the nose or abnormal blood vessels present in the nose can contribute to bleeding. Another cause of nosebleeds can be high blood pressure, but it is rarely the only reason.
What are the symptoms of nosebleeds?

Nosebleeds usually occur from one nostril. Sometimes, if the bleeding is excessive, the nostril can get filled with blood and it can cross the nasopharynx and overflow into the other nostril and result in bleeding from both nostrils. The blood can also go into the throat and one may spit out blood from the mouth or vomit out blood (hematemesis).
Excessive blood loss can cause dizziness, confusion, lightheadedness, and can also cause fainting. Excessive blood loss from nosebleeds is not very common.
Although, nosebleeds are rarely a complication, it is advised to consult a doctor if the occurrences are too frequent.
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I'm 24 years old male and whenever I try clearing my nose through spit I have blood is it anything serious?

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I'm 24 years old male and whenever I try clearing my nose through spit I have blood is it anything serious?
Stop cleaning your nostrils, may be by cleaning you r injuring soft inner membrane of nostrils. And when you clean next day the scab that was formed previous day got injured n it starts bleeding again.
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Good morning sir my problem is I have a frequent nose bleed when consulted with ent specialist he order me to do ct scan and some tests and result was sinusitis. He prescribed me nasal spray metatop 50 mcg and some medicine to use for a month still after some days I face similar problem please advise me. Thanks.

MBBS DLO DNB, Dr NTR university of health science, National Board of examinations, MNAMS
ENT Specialist, Kollam
First you need a nasal endoscopy to see any problems within the nose. if nasal endoscopy is normal ,then no need to worry.minor bleed can happen in some people if u have allergy,cold,sinusitis. bp should be checked .
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