Un-panicking the panic of nose bleeding

  • Frequent nose bleeds, more than once a week; This can be a sign of high blood pressure.
  • Persistent and unstoppable nose bleeds in a person who is on blood-thinning medications like warfarin and aspirin.
  • Thin watery discharge with blood from the nose following a blow to the head — giving an indication of probable skull fracture.
  • Recurring nose bleeds accompanied by bleeding gums.
  • Bleeding within a week of surgery to the nose.
  • Nose bleeding in a person already having high blood pressure.
  • If a nose bleed continues for more than 30 minutes or follows a blow to the head, seek medical emergency help immediately!
  • Very rarely can a nose bleed be life-threatening, especially in older people. With proper help and care, things can definitely be brought under control.

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