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How To Tell If Your Parakeets Nose Is Bleeding
Nose bleeds: If your nose bleeds hold your nostrils between fingers for about 10 minutes. Sit up ; hold your head ; neck forward so the blood doesn’t just flow down your throat. If you are able to – place a moistened cotton ball over the area that is bleeding. If you can’t control the bleeding after 20 minutes – seek medical assistance. ...Read more
My friend is having problems sleeping, his nose is bleeding, and he can't sleep at night; what should I tell him that helps ? He says that like he can't sleep, his nose is bleeding all the time and that he can't sleep at night.
Epistaxis : Epistaxis or bloody noses can be caused by a variety of things such as dry air, nose picking, sinusitis, allergies, nasal spray use etc. And it is worth having it looked into by and ear, nose and throat doctor (otolaryngologist). They can place a scope (small camera) into his nose and see why he is having the nose bleeds. They may even be able to stop them from happening which i'm sure would be a relief to him! in the meantime, here are a few nose bleed tips. If his nose starts to bleed, he should pinch the soft part of his nose below the bridge (not the bridge) to stop the bleeding. Now keep pinching for 5 minutes. Set a timer or look at a watch because it will feel like forever. And no peeking! that will stop 95% of all nosebleeds. Good luck! legal disclaimer: I am providing this general and basic information as a public service and my response to this question does not constitute a doctor-patient relationship. For any additional information, advice, or specific concerns, please speak with your own physician. The information provided is current as of the date of the answer entry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, i drink7-8 cups of water everyday but recently my lips and mouth are extremly dry and my internal nose was bleeding today please tell me what is the problem?
Lots of Causes: The top ten causes are on the ends of your hands. Nose picking is often the cause of single nostril bleeding. The trauma from nails can damage the soft lining of the nose, called the mucosa, and cause bleeding. Other things, like allergies and some medications, can also lead to nosebleeds. Your best bet is to avoid picking or hard blowing and perhaps use some nasal saline to keep the lining moist. ...Read more
Yesterday i start bleeding through the porosity of the head of my penis, can you please tell me why? And how can cure the problem?
Simple things first: Prevention for nose bleeds consist of making sure the nasal membranes do not dry out. One can do this by routinely using a saltwater mist spray or apply a saltwater gel (aryl gel) both available otc. One can even use vaseline 2-3x a day. But vaseline should not be used for those on oxygen therapy. If nose bleeds persist then they should be evaluated. ...Read more
Pressure initially: Pinch the soft part of your nostrils together for at least 15 min. If you have a decongestant nasal spray, such as oxymetazoline, use 2 sprays in each nostril prior to holding pressure. This will help constrict the blood vessels and help stop the bleeding. If it is still bleeding after 15 min, then spray your nose again and hold pressure for another 15 min. If this doesn't work, see a doctor. ...Read more
Pressure on Location: The bleeding is typically from capillaries in an area called kiesselbach’s area, just past the body near the nares. Look it up on google images. Sitting, keeping you head up, working to calm/relax, & sustained pressure on the area (pinching nose, side to side) for long enough without moving/letting up to check (usually ~5 minutes, timed, long enough) will typically stop the oozing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on age: In children, the most common cause of nose bleeds is trauma or foreign body (most likely from picking with a finger). In adults, nose bleeds can be caused or prolonged by a number of factors. The most common of which would be blood-thinning medications like coumadin; plavix; Aspirin and trauma. Inherited blood clotting disorders may be a cause as well but are rare and would likely be known by you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Try this...: Sit upright to reduce pressure in your nose. Pinch your nose with your thumb and index finger for 10 minutes, breathe through your mouth. If re-bleeding occurs, blow nose to clear any blood clots and spray both nostrils with a decongestant spray, such as oxymetazoline. Pinch nose again as above. Seek medical attention if bleeding more than 20 minutes or for blood draining into back of throat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nose Bleeds: Nose bleed reasons: nasal congestion or nasal dryness, ^ blood pressure, 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 / Cocaine abuse can cause nose bleeds, as can tumors. ...Read more
You need to see a ph: Visit with a physician in order to find the cause. It can be anyone of several well known causes. An examination by ENT doctor is the first thing to do. He might be able to locate a bleeding site in your nose by doing an exam.Some bleeding disorders like clotting broblems or low platelet counts can also cause bleeding....Nose being one of the common sites where excessive bleeding tendency may show. ...Read more
Probably not: You would have to lose a LOT of blood through your nose for it to affect you blood pressure from the blood loss alone. You reaction to the nosebleed might cause your blood pressure to drop, this is why some people faint when they see blood. Most of the nose bleeds I have seen have been associated with high blood pressure, blood thinners or nasal allergies ...Read more
Pressure, see ENT : Nosebleeds can occur from any part of the nose. In children, 90% of nose bleeds occur in front near the nostrils, which is why pinching the nose helps stop it, since pressure is applied. In adults, it can also be posteriorly, so pinching helps in fewer cases. Lean head forward, not backward, so you do not swallow the blood. May need scope to evaluate for nasal mass and blood work to check if ok. ...Read more
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