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Has anyone had a child who has has frequent nosebleeds?

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Dr. David Kam
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Childhood epistaxis

Nose bleeds are common in a lot of children and mostly hereditary.
It is due to blood vessels growing very close to the surface near the front part of nasal septal mucosa. Cauterization of these vessels has a very high success rate to stop the bleeding.

In brief: Childhood epistaxis

Nose bleeds are common in a lot of children and mostly hereditary.
It is due to blood vessels growing very close to the surface near the front part of nasal septal mucosa. Cauterization of these vessels has a very high success rate to stop the bleeding.
Dr. David Kam
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