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My 17 Month Old Son Is Having Nosebleeds Should I Be Worried
Look inside the nose: A normal toddler can have occasional, brief nosebleeds. Causes include colds or allergies that cause sniffling and mucous in the nose. Teaching a child to blow his nose while bathing can clear mucous. A bead or other toy put "up the nose" can cause bleeding, as can nasal trauma from bumping into things. If nosebleeding is heavy, or repeats for more than 2 days, one should talk with the doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
My 16 month old son has had 2 nosebleeds this week never had one before and hasnt had nor has he got a cold or fever. Should i be worried?
No: This is usually due to dry air - often happens when we turn our heating systems on in the winter / colder months. ...Read more
My 15 month old son had a febrile seizure 4 days ago, and now having nose bleeds. What can I do? What is causing this?
Bodily reactions: He is probably experiencing some physical stress. His body is reacting in a dramatic way. At least 3% of all normal children will experience febrile seizures particularly between 1 and 3 years of age. It is an expression of a stress reaction of the body when i'll with fever. Nasal congestion and nose bleeds can be another sign of body reaction to irritation. He will do fine as he grows. ...Read more
Not usually: Nose bleeds may be anterior or posterior. Anterior are more common in children and can be caused by colds, dry air, allergy, trauma to nose, nose picking, blood clotting disorders can sometimes be problem. Rare bleeds usually self limited and not usually of concern..Posterior nose bleeds are more common in elderly. ...Read more
4 year old son nosebleed couple times a week, sometimes none for weeks. the bleeding comes from anterior. could it be bleeding disorder?
Usually irritants : Nose bleeds in infants is usually a reflection of nasal irritant effect. Dry heat, smoke, dust, fumes, etc.All lead to irritation & occasionally infection.This causes small nasal capillaries to bleed, often as the face is rubbed into bed linen in sleep. Removing as many irritants from their life as possible can help as can nasal saline wash, nasal saline gel & reasonable humidity within the home. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 16 year old son suffers from chronic nosebleeds. He gets between 4 and 10 a week. What could be causing this. Headaches do accompany the nosebleed.?
Many causes: See a doctor to see what is going on inside the nose. ...Read more
My 3.5yr old son gets nose bleeds on occation. Today he's had 3, what are causes of random nose bleeds and how cani help prevent it?
Be seen: He needs to see his physician. He probably has an allergy or sinus infection, but he could also have an ulcer or sore in his nose. ...Read more
Is it normal for my 1.5 yr old son to have a nosebleed every time he has a extreme temper tantrum?
My son is 7 years old & recently this week he has been having back to back nose bleeds. A bad sign?
Nose bleeds common: Most of the time nose bleeds in kids are due to dry air +/- nose picking or rubbing, and not letting the fragile skin in the nose heal between insults. Preventive- try vaseline or neosporin to lining of nose. Try with next bleed: have him blow nose fully to get out clots + mucous, hold nose firmly just below the hard part for 5min (don't tip head back), then if stopped-don't touch! ...Read more
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