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Autism And Bloody Nose Causes
Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting three areas: abnormal socialization, communication, and restricted interests with repetitive patterns of behavior. It is usually detected in the first two years of life. Cause is unknown but strong evidence points to an interplay between genetic and environmental factors. Patients with autism may display significant delays in certain developmental areas while having normal or superior strengths in other developmental or learning domains. The severity of the disorder is highly variable ...Read more
Can a change of weather cause a bloody nose? I moved from a really humid place to a dry place. If not, what could it be?
Yes: Dry air - may dry out the tissues in the nose- this may cause it to be more friable and to bleed. ...Read more
What are the causes for clots in nose resulting in bloody nose - which stops the minute nose is blown and clot is gone ?
Nose bleed: There are several possible reasons. One common reason is bleeding from a blood vessel in the nose. This could rupture due to nasal congestion, irritation or inflammation. Even high blood pressure could do it. There could be a blood disorder. Should get checked and get the right diagnosis. ...Read more
Maybe in an indirect: Way. If a person with chronic stress had high blood pressure, this might be a trigger. Other reasons: nasal congestion or nasal dryness, excessive use of decongestants, being at ^ altitude, trauma to nose, nose picking, or blowing the nose hard. Bacterial & viral infections can ^ risk as well as bleeding disorders. Recurrent nose bleeds may be due to broken vessel in the nose. Alcohol etc.. ...Read more
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You're a rarity!: Have you heard doctors telling patients that what they've got's so RARE? "My doctor's NEVER seen it before." THAT'S YOU with the number of cases in journals on migraine & nosebleeds is LESS THAN 5. In LAY writings? HUNDREDS or more but not more than FIVE published scientifically. But as a Headache specialist, I believe there's a STRONG connection. Write me: www.healthtap.com/dr-drsaghafi for more. ...Read more
I'm 21 years old & i've gotten a bloody nose the past 3 days. What can cause this besides possible humidity?
Dryness: Dryness is much more like to cause nose bleeds than humidity. Also, nasal trauma (picking, wiping with a rough paper towel, etc) can also cause this. Use nasal saline and some vaseline in your nose. If it does not resolve in a few days, check with your doctor to make sure there is not something more serious going on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes a bloody nose and how do you prevent them? I work at a preschool and a lot of children are getting random bloody noses.
3 top reasons...: The three top reasons for bloody noses in children are picking their nose, picking their nose and PICKING their nose! The trauma could be as simple as rubbing the nose externally because of irritation from allergies or from the environment (dust, smoke...), but most often is that little finger going inside the nose and picking. Increasing humidity with humidifier or nasal saline spray can help. ...Read more
Probably sinus dz: There are sinuses around the eyes and orbit, and sinus congestion / pressure can lead to an aching around the eyes. There can also be nasal discharge, sometimes with blood. However, other problems can lead to nosebleeds, and this should be checked by a medical doctor. Low humidity can lead to eye discomfort as well as some nose bleeding also. ...Read more
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