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I Had Been Having Constant Nosebleeds And Have Been Throwing Up As Well
Get help: This could be something serious. Not enough info to tell. You should go to your doctor and get evaluated. ...Read more
A nosebleed is a symptom in which there is enough bleeding in the nose for a person to see it coming out of the nose or taste it going down the throat. Nosebleeds are often due to a broken small blood vessel, and stop when a clot forms at the break in the blood vessel. ...Read more
Likely unrelated: Throwing up in little kids is usually a gut virus or sometimes a food reaction. They often throw up before developing fever and diarrhea from the virus.It lasts a few days & self heals if they stay hydrated. Most kids that age have about 2-3 episodes a year. Nose bleeds are usually due to nasal irritants like dust, perfumes, etc and self heal.Using a nasal saline wash or gel can reduce symptoms ...Read more
My head also clicks, my eyes hurt and my neck hurts, I have a blocked nose and nose bleeds I am constantly throwing up my food, what is this.
My wife has been having severe nose bleeds and throwing up blood but its after she drinks tap water or orange juice could they be the cause of it?
Hi, my eight year old sister has been vomiting everyday for four months now, and she just got a nosebleed while vomiting. Is this normal?
Vomiting: vomiting for 4 month is alarming. She needs to see a doctor to rule out Sony problem. The causes are many. That is why seeing a doctor is extremely important ...Read more
My 15yr has had lots of nose bleeds(treated sinus infection), extreme fatigue, headache, and nausea , vomiting every evening. Lots of drainage as well?
I have a vp shunt, past few days head is in constant pain, nose bleeds everytime i lay dwn, constant room spins n queezy ness n vomiting, ?
Why am i having nose bleeds, constant dizziness , nausea , vomiting, and constant fatigue? 27 yr old female, not pregnant
Many possibilities: Impossible to answer and most likely nothing bad, but, that combination can be a sign of some bad things. I would strongly recommend you see your primary care doctor asap! ...Read more