|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Zahid - Jun 28th, 2012 1:19 am.|
|My nose bleeds sometimes. It has been few months, I spit out fresh blood (everyday) when ever I sneeze. I went to a hospital twice, they examined my nose and throat with the help of a camera but there was no wound. Doctors say that it may be due to some sort of allergy. They advised me anti-allergy medicine but my problem is still there. Please advise me what I should do, as the amount of blood has been increased. Also I spit out some fresh blood when I try to clean my throat in the morning.|
re: Blood from nose by Dr J S Chowhan - Jul 1st, 2012 9:52 am
Dr J S Chowhan
According to your history most probably you have anterior nasal bleeding. Anterior nosebleeds make up a lot more than 90% of nosebleeds. The bleeding usually arises from a circulation system around the nasal septum, in which a network of vessels converge (Kiesselbach plexus). Anterior nosebleeds are usually simple to control.
One in every seven people will create a nosebleed at some time in their lives. Nosebleeds often occur more regularly during winter months and in dry, cold climates. They can occur at all ages, but are most common in youngsters aged 2 to 10 years and adults aged 50 to Eighty years. For unknown reasons, nosebleeds most commonly occur in the morning hours.
Most nose bleeds do not have an easily identifiable cause. However, trauma to the nose is a very common reason for nosebleeds. Nosebleeds can be caused by trauma facing outward of the nose from a blow to the face, or trauma towards the inside of the nose from nose picking. Other conditions that predispose a person to nosebleeds include:
exposure to warm, dry air for prolonged amounts of time,
nasal and sinus infections,
nasal foreign body (object stuck within the nose),
vigorous nose blowing,
deviated or perforated nasal septum, and
Less commonly, an underlying disease process or taking certain medications may cause a nosebleed or make it more difficult to manage.
Inability of the blood to clot is frequently because of blood-thinning medications for example warfarin (Coumadin), clopidogrel bisulfate, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or aspirin.
Topical nasal medications, for example corticosteroids and antihistamines, may sometimes lead to nosebleeds.
Liver disease, chronic excessive drinking, kidney disease, platelet disorders, and inherited blood clotting disorders may also interfere with blood clotting and predispose to nosebleeds.
Vascular malformations in the nose and nasal tumors are rare reasons for nosebleeds.
High blood pressure level may contribute to bleeding, but is rarely the only reason for a nosebleed. It is often the anxiety linked to the nosebleed leading to the elevation in blood pressure level.
So we will advice you to consult a good physician and get a thorough checkup so that exact cause of your nasal bleeding can be find out.
re: Blood from nose by Leila - Dec 19th, 2012 7:49 am
|I have a feeling I know who this cmpoany is and am just disgusted by some of the stories I've been hearing like this. I don't have any real advice, just sympathy, and am hoping that the advice you've already been given will prove beneficial. Does your cmpoany have a dispute process? (I've heard that term kicked around but thankfully haven't had to use it.) It seems like there *must* be some kind of governing body (like the one previously suggested) that could hold a cmpoany accountable. I'm sure that if it's in the fine print of their policies that there may not be recourse, but it's just a shame, and hopefully word-of-mouth could help make it right. I've found some good information on complaints.com and would suggest at the very least that you warn other people about the cmpoany. You have absolutely done the right thing for your lab, and I am so sorry to hear that you're having to go through this. Best of luck.|
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