A 26-year-old female asked:
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2 dys ago i trvelded like 30hrs 4 conicthng flights to us. when arived here i notice inside my nose there is vry smal amount of blood ystrdy 2. cold?

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Dr. Curtis Converse
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Dry air : They air in the cabin is very dry. It frequently causes the nose to lose it's protective layer of mucus, which allows for breaking of small capillaries in the nose. Avoid picking or blowing. If it becomes a big problem, there are over the counter options to keep the nose moist.
Answered on Dec 10, 2016
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