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    Old 02-08-2010, 05:53 PM   #1
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    Nose bleeds, constant, severeish?

    Well latley i've been getting rather severe nose bleeds. They usually last a very long time sometimes longer then 10-20 mins. I use the wet tissue under the lip and all of that. but even when blowing my nose sometimes my nose will start. i'm assuming its because of the cold and the dry air, it just seems odd. i've had nose bleeds before during summer or spring randomly as well. i also feel somewhat light headed afterwards but that may be from the constant blowing. it just seems like theres no good way to stop it permanently. i'm guessing its no big deal but the fact that they take so long to stop and are happening pretty often is odd. oh and its only my right nostril never my left if that means anything.

     
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    Re: Nose bleeds, constant, severeish?

    while there are alot of possibles for this to actually occur it would be a wise thing at this point just to see your primary doc and have a rather extensive bunch of labwork done on you. everything from your liver labs to your clotting times being done could possibly reveal an underlying issue that you just are not yet aware of?

    there just are some very real types of conditions and or disease processes that can and do present with sudden onset types of nosebleeds as one of the main symptoms. its just a matter of testing all of those possibles to at least rule them out as underlying causes, and ruling in anything that could be a possible when it comes to this type of symptom. there just ARE alot of possible reasons that this could even be happening that need some looking into in a much more in depth way. if you were ONLY getting these in the winter, that dryer air could be the possible cuprit, but getting these year round kind of ups the need for a real solid type of reason/dx.

    are you having ANY other noticable types of symptoms or actual pain anywhere in your body like the upper abdominal area? ANY GI problems at all? i would definitely get to your primary for some bloodwork just to fully check out ALL functions right now. are you currently on ANY actual rx meds or suppliments right now? have you actually ever been Dxed with ANY types of medical problems in the past? **
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