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Nosebleeds are common in dry climates during winter months, and in hot dry climates with low humidity. People taking blood clotting medications, aspirin, or anti-inflammatory medications may be more prone to nose bleeds. Other factors that contribute to nosebleed are

First-aid treatments for a nosebleed generally do not need medical care. Frequent or chronic nosebleeds may require medical treatment such as over-the-counter (OTC) medication, and prevention of nose picking.

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Terms related to Nosebleed:

  • Bleeding Nose
  • Bloody Nose
  • Epistaxis
  • Nose Bleed