Doctor insights on: Foreign object in the nose in children
No: The problem with trying to take it out yourself is that the narrowest part of the nasal passage is right past the nostril... It's very easy to push it back farther to the point of "no return" and risk your child aspirating the object. Nasal foreign bodies are generally not emergencies and can be seen in clinic as soon as possible. The er doc can traumatize your child and cause bleeding. See an ent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a child sticks a foreign object up their nose, how long will it take for them to stop breathing and die if it is not removed?
Doesn't happen: It can be up there for days and the kid will start smelling like they have terminal body odor. After it is pulled out, the trapped germs begin to disappear and the kid returns to normal. They often need a brief antibiotic course for a sinus infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blow it out: For young children. Occlude the non-affected bare, place your mouth over theirs with a good seal and give a quick "puff" of breath. This often will blow the object out. Be warned that the object and mucous may hit you in the face when you do this. For older kids or adults, simply attempt to blow it out by blowing the nose. If unable to do this then seek medical care. ...Read more
Foreign body in eye: The best way to to flush a foreign body from your eye is to completely fill a cup with water & blink your eye in it several times on top of the sink until you see it in the cup, the shower head might be too strong for your eye. If this fails please see your doctor or an ophthalmologist. Good luck ...Read more
Regular bloody noses. No foreign object concerns. Ac, yes. It is always precipitated by a feeling of mucous draining from sinus- but red blood. What?
Postnasal drainage: From allergies can very well cause nosebleeding as you described. You will need to take antihistamines and nasal sprays w steroids. Clean your nose with saline solutions or otc nasal mist. Need to rule out bleeding disorders if you have easy bruising, tires easily or petechial spots. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 8yo has had for years an infection odor surrounding her head. Inside r nostril shows a swollen red lump. History epistaxis. Foreign object or what?
I hadan object fall from a high shelf, it hit my nose on the side. It is cut along the nose, I have some pain. Do you thinknits serious?
Nasal trauma: Go to the er if the cut is deep or bleeding. They may be able to tell if it's broken but you may need to see an ENT specialist. ...Read more
Can't stop the bleed: The most common reason for nosebleeds in children is dryness in the nose. Dryness can be due to dry heat in the home or changes in weather. You may try putting a nasal saline gel inside the nose to keep the nose lubricated and moist. If the nose continues to bleed, you may need to see an ear, nose, throat doctor to cauterize the blood vessel which is bleeding and may be close to the surface. ...Read more
Yes but...: If the nose is broken it possibly would need to be reset to prevent problems with sinus issues later. Go see your pediatrician and he or she may refer you to an ENT doctor. ...Read more
Was giving one of my children a rectal temp. Before I had a chance to wash it, his bro took thermometer and put it up nose. Worry about e. Coli?
It happens: Kids do crazy things sometimes. Something like this comes along that you never even though could happen in your home. Our skin/mucosal linings are there to protect us. In the event of redness in or around the nose and/or discharge, have your pediatrician take a look. Otherwise, remind him to never do that again. Take a deep breath, he'll be ok. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Suffering from cloz nose, cold every night. When I wake up it goes away. Docs say it is allergy bcoz of foreign particles as I m away from home town.
Remove the doubt: Best is get skin testing as closed nose is no fun its always good to find root cause. ...Read more
Pinch nose >10 min: Sit up straight and tip your head slightly forward (not back). Use your thumb and forefinger to firmly pinch the soft part of your nose shut. The nose consists of a hard, bony part and a softer part made of cartilage. Nosebleeds usually occur in the soft part of the nose. Keep pinching for a full 10 minutes without checking (this helps form clot). Adults and kids use same technique. ...Read more
My son's nose is blocked. We are administering Xylo Acino 0.05% for children but there is no change. Always having sleepless nights. Any help please.
If a long-term prob-: Lem, see an ENT. A humidifier may help. Xylometazoline can cause sleep problems. Night-waking can be a habit. Establish a regular bedtime. Brush his teeth after his last feed. Read, rock, then put him to bed in his own room drowsy, but awake, to learn to self-calm without bottle or pacifier. Ignore night-crying consistently as it 1st increases before it stops. See tips on healthychildren. Org. ...Read more
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
Unlikely: The nose is covered inside by thin membranes& many capillaries that add moisture to dry air when we breathe. Conditions that irritate the nose, like pollen, dust, smoke etc. Often drive a child to rub the nose or pick it. Half awake kids often rub their face in their pillow & you find a bloody pillowcase in the morning. In 30+ yrs of treating kids, I have never heard of a behavioral disorder with this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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