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Can you please name a drug that can prevent nosebleed after cauterization? Cauterization was done more than one time but nosebleed starts over time.

Can you please name a drug that can prevent nosebleed after cauterization? Cauterization was done more than one time but nosebleed starts over time.

None: There is no medication that can prevent nosebleeds. Keeping your nasal mucosa hydrated with humidified air can help, and sometimes applying a thin layer of petroleum ointment to the inside of the nose can prevent the mucosa from drying out and bleeding. ...Read more

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Nosebleed (Definition)

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


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Can you please name a drug that can prevent nosebleed after cauterization? Cauterization was done more than one time but nosebleed starts over time.

Can you please name a drug that can prevent nosebleed after cauterization? Cauterization was done more than one time but nosebleed starts over time.

Afrin (oxymetazoline): You can try over the counter Afrin no drip nasal spray. You can use it 2 sprays per nostril twice daily, but not for more than 3 days. You can also follow this by using a nasal saline spray twice daily x 7 days. If the bleeding persists, then you need to see an ENT doctor ...Read more

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I've had three nose bleeds today and one yesterday! Nosebleeds are not normal for me. I know it's not drugs because I don't do them. :)?

I've had three nose bleeds today and one yesterday! Nosebleeds are not normal for me. I know it's not drugs because I don't do them. :)?

Need evaluation: Usually nose bleeds are from trauma to thin superficial nasal vessels that tear with nose picking. However bleeding several times with trauma needs examination. ...Read more

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16 years old boy has nosebleed. Even after cauterization and using medicines or herbal teas. Please name a medicine that can prevent the problem?

16 years old boy has nosebleed. Even after cauterization and using medicines or herbal teas. Please name a medicine that can prevent the problem?

Cause?: The treatment will depend on the cause of his nosebleeds. Generally making sure his environment is not too dry and also keeping his nasal passages lubricated with a topical antibiotics will help. Avoid repeated nasal trauma or touching the nose. If he hasn't been checked out for a clotting disorder, this might be helpful. All the best. ...Read more

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Severe nosebleed was given what I can only guess was a clotting medicine at the doctor this morning. But now I'm feeling achy and very weak?

Severe nosebleed was given what I can only guess was a clotting medicine at the doctor this morning. But now I'm feeling achy and very weak?

Nosebleed: I doubt the two have much to do with one another. It is possible that you had a viral infection which is causing the achy and weak sensation, bu this typically would not give you a nosebleed. Feel better. ...Read more

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Been having nose bleeds on one side so I looked at the inside and there spots of cartilage showing thur on my spetum. Don't use drugs?

Been having nose bleeds on one side so I looked at the inside and there spots of cartilage showing thur on my spetum. Don't use drugs?

Get eval: Not sure what you are seeing, so it best to get an official evaluation from a trained health care professional to determine hat treatment would be best for your specific condition. Good luck. ...Read more

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Can excedian migraine headache medicine cause nose bleeds?

Can excedian migraine headache medicine cause nose bleeds?

Yes: It has Aspirin in it, which can decrease the effectiveness of platelets to form clots. If bleeding continues, though, you must see your doctor. ...Read more

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I've been getting excessive nose bleeds all day. Don't smoke, or do drugs, and don't drink, I don't have asthma, or any other major health problems, so what can possibly be wrong?

I've been getting excessive nose bleeds all day. Don't smoke, or do drugs, and don't drink, I don't have asthma, or any other major health problems, so what can possibly be wrong?

Nose bleeds: An careful exam is a good idea and blood pressure should be checked. Sometimes there are other causes as well, like chronic sinus disease. In healthy patients, environmental changes (cool dry air, exposure to chemicals, dust, or other irritants) may cause inflammation of the tissues. These tissues are very thin and highly vascular, and when traumatized, even by nose blowing, they may bleed. ...Read more

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What causes a nosebleed?

What causes a nosebleed?

Possible causes: 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

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How can I get a nosebleed?

How can I get a nosebleed?

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

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How can I stop a nosebleed?

How can I stop a nosebleed?

In most cases: The bleeding for most patients are from the front of the septum. Lean forward (so you won't swallow your own blood) and pinch the nostril with your isilateral thumb on the side that is bleeding for 10-15 minutes will usually stop the bleeding. Decongestant spray like afrin (oxymetazoline) can also help. If the bleeding continue and is severe, you'll need to go the emergency room for treatment. ...Read more

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Nosebleed everyday, what to do?

Nosebleed everyday, what to do?

Nosebleed: Stop aspirin and ibuprofen if taking. No nose blowing or picking. Use ice pack and/or pinching pressure for ten minutes if rebreeds. See ENT. Can apply antibiotic ointment gently to inside of nose with q-tip to keep area from drying out ...Read more

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What can you do to stop a nosebleed?

See below: The best way is to tilt your head backwasrd and place a small cloth in the opening of the nose on the side that is bleeding in 5 minutes it should be stopped if not see a physician. ...Read more

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Why do we have nosebleed on sunnydays?

Co-incidence: There is no basis for more nosebleeds on sunny days. You may consult this site for more information on this topic:
http://www. Webmd. Com/first-aid/nosebleeds-causes-and-treatments
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex. ...Read more

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What to do if another nosebleed problem?

More history: How many?
How long?
What worked?
What diagnosis before?
If anterior-pinching May work!!
If posterior may need pack or balloon pack and cautery?
ENT is the specialty ...Read more

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Is monthly too often to have a nosebleed?

Is monthly too often to have a nosebleed?

No.: This is a very common frequency for nosebleeds. The frequency can typically be decreased by increasing the moisture of the the nose. This can be done by humidifying the air in your home, using moisturizer cream or lubricants (try to avoid petroleum products, like vaseline) and frequent nasal saline sprays. ...Read more

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What's the fastest sure way to stop a nosebleed?

What's the fastest sure way to stop a nosebleed?

Let me try to help: Nose bleeds commonly occur in children. Some children may have two or three nose bleeds within a week. Though it is a frightening experience for both the child and the parent, the cause of a nose bleed usually is not life-threatening, allergies. However, in rare cases, the underlying cause can be more serious medical condition. ...Read more

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What to do if I got a nosebleed lying on my back?

What is causing: The nose bleed is important, find the cause. Im, mediate measure, blow the blood clots out and hold the nose tightly for few mnts breath with mouth. Bleeding will stop in most of times if still bleed seek the help from your doctor or ER ...Read more

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What does a new but recurring nosebleed tell you?

Irritated: Probably rubbed or picked the nose at the very front upper inner wall and caused the bleeding. If it stops readily with pressure that is likely what the cause is. You can help by not rubbing or picking your nose and you can put s small dab (with q-tip) of vaseline in the upper inner front part twice a day. Also saline mists are okay too. ...Read more

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How do you stop the occasional nosebleed in children?

How do you stop the occasional nosebleed in children?

Hold the nose: The usual nose bleed can be controlled by pressing the nostrils closed, leaning the head forward, breathing through the mouth and holding the nostrils closed under gentle pressure for about two minutes. Press the nostrils up all the way to the bone about one third way up the nose. ...Read more

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I was wondering what does it mean if I am having an nosebleed everyday?

Mucosal violation: It means the integrity of the nasal mucosa is broken. Try to humidify air at home, apply petroleum jelly inside nostrils to moisturize. With persistent nosebleeds, see ENT doc. ...Read more

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Why do I have nosebleed? Sometimes it happens several times per day. How can I stop it?

Nosebleed: Nosebleeds, if they stop within 10-15 min. W/ pressure on the area, and "stoppage" (tissue up nares), are usually considered anterior, which are benign, and due to fragile vessels from dry environment, allergies, viral infection, local irritation. The ones that are hard to stop, with bleeding down throat and not able to be stopped are of diff ethology. Try saline spray, in gel form if available ...Read more

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What can happen from having a nosebleed everyday for roughly two minutes, the past few days?

Not much: Usually those frequent nose bleed are transit and people will recover from them. But if they persist, should be checked out. ...Read more

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Had nosebleed friday afternoon, dr used rhino rocket to stop, thing is becoming very bothersome, can I remove?

Not yet: We recommend that a nasal packing remain in place for at least 4-5 days if is successful in stopping the bleeding. There is a higher chance of immediate rebleed if taken out earlier.
Plus it is important to be on a prophylactic course of antibiotics while the packing is in place to prevent sinusitis caused by the packing.
Sorry. ...Read more

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I have never had a nosebleed before this past year, now I have one almost everyday! Why is this happening, and what should I do?

Nosebleed: Most nosebleeds are anterior from area in front of nasal septum. Can place a cotton ball with neosporin or bactroban ointment on it into nostril to keep area from drying and re-bleeding, Change cotton with ointment twice a day, keep in at night. No nose blowing, no alcohol, no smoking, no aspirin or ibuprofen. If continues to bleed, see ENT for cautery or packing. ...Read more

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What causes nosebleeds?

Many possibilities: The most common source of a nose bleed is from the front/ bottom part of the nasal septum.
This is a vascular area and some people have prominent blood vessels in this area. The blood vessels may break with a nose blow, dryness, or picking at this area. But there are other more serious causes such as hypertension, growth and even a malignancy. See an ENT doctor. ...Read more

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What causes nosebleeds?

What causes nosebleeds?

Superficial vessels: 95% of nosebleeds occur from the front of the nose. Blood vessels can be superficial in that area and easily traumatized. This then can lead to bleeding. Bleeding is usually worse when noses are irritated either from an upper respiratory tract infection or allergies. Some people have bleeding disorders which can also make bleeding worse. If nosebleeds are a problem for you you should see an ENT doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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Why might someone keep having nosebleeds?

Why might someone keep having nosebleeds?

Dryness or infection: Nose bleeds can be caused by excessive dryness in the nose, allergies or infections. Medications also such as aspirin and others. If they are frequent or last a long time please see a physician and be checked. ...Read more

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How to stop nosebleeds forever?

Treat nosebleeds: Difficult to guarantee stopping nose bleeds for ever. The nose has lots of small blood vessels that run through it, much of which help the nose function and maintain structure. If you have nose bleeds a lot, you should see an otolaryngology specialist for a thorough exam and identification (and treatment) of the cause (s). ...Read more

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How do you deal with nosebleeds?

Stop them, eval. Why: Nosebleeds occur for a variety of reasons. In children, 90% of nose bleeds occur in the 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 okay. ...Read more

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Cause of reoccurring nosebleeds?

Causes: 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

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How can I heal chronic nosebleeds?

How can I heal chronic nosebleeds?

Chronic nose bleeds: An ear nose and throat doctor can cauterize your nasal blood vessels to stop the bleeding ...Read more

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What can cause continuos nosebleeds?

Prominent vessels: You may have some prominent blood vessels in the very front part of the septum. This region is easy to traumatize with nose picking/blowing nose, etc. If you are having frequent nose bleeds... Get it checked by your local ent. ...Read more

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What could cause chronic nosebleeds?

Nosebleeds: Some of the causes of frequent nosebleeds include constant exposure to dry air, consistent use of nasal sprays (for allergies or congestion), recurrent upper respiratory tract infections, and snorting drugs, such as cocaine. Sometimes, recurrent nosebleeds can indicate an underlying bleeding disorder. ...Read more

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How can I manage my baby's nosebleeds?

How can I manage my baby's nosebleeds?

Humidify air: Babies can develop nosebleeds if the delicate skin inside their nose cracks and dries out or through mechanical trauma such as nasal suction or nose picking. Moisturizing the air with a humidifier and placing vaseline in nose with q-tip prior to bedtime can minimize bleeding episodes. If the nose begins to bleed pinch the nostrils continuously shut for 5 minutes. ...Read more

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I often have nosebleeds. Please help.?

Nosebleeds: This may be caused by changing weather, trauma to nose, Using Vaseline or a Eucalyptus based oil during the summer months may be useful ...Read more