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Nose bleed
I had a nose bleed 4 days back because I was sneezing and had a running nose. The next day a clot formed and I couldn't breathe easily so I probed it and removed it. So it started bleeding again and it again clots and I have to remove the clot because I can't breathe so this keeps recurring. What should I do? The bleeding has become worse. It was 2 drops in the beginning. Now it covers half a tissue
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Better have a consultation because disturbing it can lead to more bleed
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if it bleeds just pinch the nose for 5 min
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Pinch the nose. Put xylometazoline drops Consult near by ent doctor too see it
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Visit nearest ENT surgeon
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Try Xylometazoline nasal drops 0.1 % 2 drops in each side. If bleeding still doesn't stop, visit your nearest ENT specialist.
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