nosebleed

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Synonyms for nosebleed

bleeding from the nose

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Explaining the reasons for nosebleeds, Dr Shaji Hydrose, general practitioner at Aster Medical Centre, said: "In summer, extreme heat in the atmosphere causes dryness in the thin lining of the nose and increases the chances of crusting.
Other signs of a foreign object include nosebleeds, sneezing and pawing at the nose.
An IGAD source later told Sudan Tribune that president Kiir had suffered a nosebleed brought on by "stress".
In a written statement issued yesterday, government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said the president underwent nasal cauterisation following a nosebleed and was admitted to the specialised hospital in the afternoon where he remained overnight for purely precautionary reasons.
Daniela, originally from Glasgow, sa id: Daniela, originally from Glasgow, sa id: "About two weeks before I came home fro m "About two weeks before I came home fro m Asia, I started having nosebleeds.
The extra nasal tooth was removed while the man was under general anaesthetic, after which the patient healed and stopped suffering nosebleeds around three months later.
Nosebleeds can be scary and embarrassing, but they're really common and usually no cause for alarm.
Elderly people sometimes have severe nosebleeds and the resultant loss of blood may be dangerous.
Everybody has a different theory about how to treat nosebleeds, but which is the right way?
Clinical director of the Independent General Practice answers your medical queries Q My eight year-old son has been suffering from nosebleeds quite regularly for the past couple of weeks.
The best way to avoid nosebleeds is to talk with your doctor about treating the allergy that is causing the rubbing and picking.
I have noticed that he has had a couple of nosebleeds recently.
During the change of seasons, from brittle cold to burning summers, again changes take place inside the nose increasing susceptibility to nosebleeds.
Washington, Feb 12 (ANI): A cancer-fighting drug called bevacizumab, also known as Avastin, has offered hope to patients suffering from hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT), an inherited vascular condition characterized by profuse nosebleeds.
His theory based on his own research was that nosebleeds in such situations in healthy infants could only be caused by inflicted trauma, the panel heard.