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By Arizona ENT
November 09, 2017
Category: ENT Health
Tags: nosebleeds  

Are you dealing with frequent or intense nosebleeds? Find out what might be going on.Nosebleeds

Most people will experience a nosebleed at some point during their lifetime. Maybe the cold weather finally nipped at your nose and dried it out, causing you to deal with nosebleeds more often during the winter months; however, if you are someone who is dealing with regular nosebleeds you may be wondering what’s going on. Our Sun City and Sun City West, AZ, ENT doctors have some answers for you.

Causes of Nosebleeds

We know that young child often like to explore, and that can mean placing things they shouldn’t into their noses. Everything from their fingers to marbles and other small toys can end up being lodged in little noses. If your child is suddenly dealing with a nosebleed, it could mean that perhaps they put something in their nose that they weren’t supposed to.

Of course, we know this isn’t a common problem for adults; however, it doesn’t mean that people won’t often scratch or pick at their skin, which can also cause the nose to bleed. Even on dry days when your nose feels itchy, try to avoid using your nails to scratch.

Sometimes allergies are the true culprit. If our Sun City and Sun City West otolaryngologists have told you that you suffer from allergies, then you may be prone to nosebleeds. Infections such as the common cold or sinusitis can also lead to a bloody nose.

While you may be scratching your head to try and figure out why you are getting nosebleeds, it’s good to know that most of the time there is nothing to really worry about.

When to See a Doctor

Even if you get a handle on how to stop nosebleeds, if you are experiencing them often then it’s time to see a medical professional for a checkup. While there are certainly at-home measures you can take to reduce the frequency of your nosebleeds, if severe allergies or chronic sinusitis are to blame, these are issues that may require more aggressive treatment options that only we can provide.

If you are having issues with frequent or severe nosebleeds, then don’t hesitate to get the answers you need from Arizona Ear, Nose & Throat Physicians in Sun City and Sun City West, AZ. We are happy to provide our patients with comprehensive services to meet all of their ENT needs.

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