Can nose bleeds be a sign of pregnancy?

No. Pregnancy increases the blood supply to mucus membranes in your mouth, nose and vagina. Nose bleeds and bleeding gums are common in pregnancy but they are not signs of pregnancy.

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Does high blood pressure/nose bleeds result as a symptom of pregnancy?

Strangely enough. It could be poor diet that causes both. Eating too many "empty calories" can cause nose bleeds and increased blood pressure, particularly all the sweet stuff. Pregnancy requires a pristine diet. 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?

Pregnancy. Nosebleeds are somewhat more common during pregnancy because of increased circulating volume and hormones. Don't worry, just be prepared with some tissues in your pocket. Sit down and tilt your head back and apply pressure for 5-10 minutes, use a cold pack to decrease blood flow to your nose. Nasal congestion can increase during pregnancy too. Explore this NIH link: http://tinyurl.com/o6bzxmk. Read more...
No direct link. There's no direct link between pregnancy and nosebleeds, in that being pregnant shouldn't make you have more nosebleeds than you'd have otherwise. Read more...

My 2yo gets nose bleeds and it stops rather quickly but will be all over her face. It happens every couple months. Does it sound like bleeding prob?

Nose bleeds are . Common in childhood & often reflect irritants like dust, pollen, fumes, smoke etc that the kid is exposed to on a regular basis.These things accumulate in the nasal passages & lead to nasal rubbing when the kids are half asleep or during the day.The trauma causes small capillaries in the nose to blead.Nasal saline wash can remove the irritants & nasal saline gel helps if applied at night. Read more...

Had nose bleeds since using e cigarettes (vaper) stopped using last night had nose bleed lightly today nothing bad will this stop? No longer using vap

Epistaxis. Great decision to stop using e-cig. You're doing yourself a great favor. As for your nose bleeds (epistaxis), as long as they stop, you're most likely fine. But it's still a good idea for your Family Doc or even ENT to take a peek up there to make sure nothing else is going on. In meantime, use spare non-vaping time to eat right, exercise regularly & get enough sleep. Wrap it up each & every time. Read more...

My nose bleeds often these days. It had started bleeding from the time my girlfriend's nose hit mine while kissing and it bleeds quite oftenany remedy?

Nosebleed guide. Most nose bleeds arise from trauma to the thin lining overlying the sensitive nasal cartilage. This trauma can be from a tissue, a finger, a knuckle, an arm swipe, etc. When you have a nosebleed, blow your nose, then pinch and hold for 5min. Don't peak. Then don't touch don't wipe. Don't put tissue in the nose to check it. This pulls the clot you just made off and it bleeds again. Hands off works. Read more...