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A 29-year-old male asked:

last few days i had headaches... today blood was running out of my nose.. should i be worried?

4 doctor answers4 doctors weighed in
Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine 57 years experience
NEED TO BE CHECKED: Headache followed by nose bleed need to be checked by your doctor.You will need a detailed History and Physical Exam including your Blood Pressure check and ENT exam to find out the cause of headache and nose bleeding
Dr. Dean Giannone
Internal Medicine 25 years experience
Yes...: At the least this could mean your blood pressure is too high. Get checked out right away.
Dr. Corey Clay
Allergy and Immunology 10 years experience
Maybe: this is a worrisome combination of symptoms. Although there is probably a simple explanation, with this information alone, I recommend seeing your doctor
Dr. Vicente Diaz-gonzalez
Internal Medicine and Pediatrics 28 years experience
Blood pressure: Hello there, There are a lot of reason why you could have a headache repeating itself. Please note that the bloody nose may or may not be related to the same. I would advice you seek medical care if this remains unchanged. Taking Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen may help. But if it does not, please go see your Doctor.

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Last updated Mar 15, 2015

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