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Nosebleed Early Sign Of Pregnancy
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Yes: Nosebleeds are very common in pregnancy. Many women will experience them for the first time while pregnant. They are due to an increase in blood vessels in your nasal lining caused by the increase in estrogen coming from your placenta. If you have a nose bleed, pinch the fleshy part of your nose for 5-15 minutes and tilt your head forward a little to minimize swallowing too much blood. ...Read more
Depends: Depends why it is bleeding. Often nosebleeds occur from the nose drying out. Using saline spray o keep the nose moist may help prevent nose bleeds. If your nose bleeds occur from the front near the nostrils, over the counter aqueous gels may help as well. If they continue, you should have some blood work done and possibly see an ENT doctor and get an nasal scope. ...Read more
I know nosebleeds are common during pregnancy, but yesterday I coughed up blood. Could this be something serious?
Yes...: Coughing blood, called hemoptysis, is a symptom which always requires a doctor's evaluation. If you have shortness of breath, you should go to the nearest er now! Call your doctor today and let him/her know of this symptom. Possibilities include bronchitis but blood clot in your lungs, especially during pregnancy, is another possiblity. This could be a life-threatening problem. See a doctor today! ...Read more
Epistaxis: Large nosebleeds are never "normal." See your doctor to have this evaluated. Feel better! ...Read more
Nosebleeds terrify me. How probable is it to have during pregnancy? Should I walk around with paper towel in hand? And if twins, nose bleeds more?
Is it possible to feel pregnancy symtomps at 3 weeks 4 days? I urine more, have headaches, more tired than usual, nose bleeds, pinching feelings.
Possible: It is possible to experience those symptoms that early. Most of those are due to hormonal changes which begin very early. ...Read more
Can the following be signs of pregnancy : nose bleed, constant urination and pooping, headaches, lower back pain, itchy tummy, always hurngry, sleepy?
Maybe: Those symptoms u mention can be signs of pregnancy or a hundred other things. But a pregnancy test may help u determine if ur pregnant or not. ...Read more
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Is a nose bleed common in the first few weeks of pregnancy? Or just before a period? My wife never usually has a nose bleed.
No: Nose bleeds are common in pregnancy due to swollen blood vessels all over the body but not usually in the first few weeks. It's not something we see before a period either. At this time of year, most common reason would be dryness from heating the home. Humidifier and saline nose spray would be best to try as a first step. If that doesn't help, seek care. ...Read more
Unprotected encountered. Semen was released in and or around opening. Are my chances of pregnancy low? I've had a nose bleed and slight cramping
Semen transmitted: Into the vagina can swim upstream. So the depth of penetration is not protective. Chances of pregnancy can be 20 to 25%. That is a pretty big risk. Use protection 100% of the time if you are sexually active ; not ready for pregnancy. If you miss your period than would take a home pregnancy test. ...Read more
My first pregnancy & I keep throwing up & having a nose bleed at the same time. Nose bleed once. My BP is 103/60 is this normal? I'm 15months+4days
Vomiting/ Pregnancy: I think you mean 15 weeks since pregnancy is only 9 months at most. Unfortunately, vomiting in early pregnancy is very common. It can be treated along with treating your nosebleeds that could be as easy as using neosporin to moisten your nose. See your OB, since there are treatments for vomiting that will help you get through this. Usually gets much better as pregnancy progresses. ...Read more
Why nosebleeds: Many causes of nosebleeds, commonest being dryness, when the small blood vessels open up, can, be stopped with pinching nose, repeaters episodes should be looked at, blood clotting disorders, blood vessel, growths (hemangioma a)untranslated drug use, and blood vessel disease, have him checked out ...Read more
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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