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What are some supplements I can give to a child with constant nose bleeds?
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Dr. Bryan Levey
Pediatrics
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In brief: Unlikely to help
In an otherwise normal child who does not have a bleeding disorder, the most common reason for nose bleeds is nose picking.
Two kinds of kids don't pick their nose: those without fingers, and those without a nose. The rest pick, some more than others, and some excessively. Humidity helps, so try some saline nasal spray to keep it lubricated, then see your pediatrician if the problem persists.

In brief: Unlikely to help
In an otherwise normal child who does not have a bleeding disorder, the most common reason for nose bleeds is nose picking.
Two kinds of kids don't pick their nose: those without fingers, and those without a nose. The rest pick, some more than others, and some excessively. Humidity helps, so try some saline nasal spray to keep it lubricated, then see your pediatrician if the problem persists.
Dr. Bryan Levey
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Dr. Patrick Melder
You can see your local ENT who can do simple chemical cautery as well. The above are good starts.
Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
In brief: Unlikely to help
Frequent nose bleeding is often associated with a benign condition, e.
g., swollen inner lining due to nasal allergy. It would be prudent to seek medical attention if the child experiences prolonged bleeding, easy bruising, or pallor (pale looking).

In brief: Unlikely to help
Frequent nose bleeding is often associated with a benign condition, e.
g., swollen inner lining due to nasal allergy. It would be prudent to seek medical attention if the child experiences prolonged bleeding, easy bruising, or pallor (pale looking).
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