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A 39-year-old member asked:
Keep feeling like something is my nose when i blow it dried blood clots is all that comes out. What is it?
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At 29yrs ihave never hadanosebleednmy life.I dontdodrugs, &lately havehad blood, &blood clots coming outofmy nose, without blowing it.Isthis a sinus inf?
A 29-year-old male asked:
After a night of drinking, i wake up and blow my nose and i always blow a few blood clots out? Why is that and why would I have formed blood clots?
Dr. David Astrachan answered
36 years experience in ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Alcohol + environmen: Alcohol causes the blood vessels of the nose to swell and often times when drinking your environment may have fairly low humidity. Dry air plus swolle ... Read More
A 40-year-old male asked:
Blood clots and mucus from the nose and look like something is growing in the back of my nasal cavity looks like mucus but when i blow it depart?
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A male asked:
Why am i spitting blood clots and blowing blood clots from my nose i got into a fight three days ago and i got hit on my left cheek bone. I also smoke menthols. I heard its because i smoke, but i heard i may have broke a vein. What do you think?
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