Nose bleeding control
Nose bleeding can be primary (most common scenario) and secondary. Sometimes blood can reach the nasolacrimal canal and start an eye bleeding. Blood can also reach the stomach, cause nausea, and blood vomiting. Nose bleeds can be caused by local factors such as trauma, a foreign body in the nose, inflammation or systemic factors such as allergies, infections, diseases, hypertension, and bad habits. If you have nose bleeding, it is recommended to visit an otorhinolaryngologist for medical advice. Your doctor will detect the source of the bleeding and apply the necessary control measures which can include chemical substances or special instruments. Patient can receive local or general anaesthesia.