y this happen to me suddenly..
td tgh lipat2 baju..aku batuk giler2 punye..
tgh mnd tiba2 je rase panas mengalir kat hidung aku nih..
tgk2 kat mirror..ade darah yg mengalir...(nose bleeding)..
aku xnk pikir yg bukan2..
maybe sbb panas kot ari nih..
and IF someone do bad thing to me...back off la ...kita kat dunia nih x lame...sekejap je...
- Viral infections, such as the common
cold, can cause disruptions and irritation of the nasal membranes that many lead to nose bleeding. Airborne allergens that are trapped in the lining of the nose can often irritate nasal passages. Both of these conditions may also lead to frequent blowing of the nose to remove irritants, which by itself may cause the nose to bleed. The nose is also very vulnerable to trauma due to its prominence and the weakness of its structure.
- According to Steven E Doerr, MD people who take blood thinners for hypertension or heart conditions, such as aspirin or warfarin, may be susceptible to chronic nose bleeding. Consequently, those who have hemophilia will be vulnerable to episodes of nose bleeding, due to the inability of the blood to clot. In some cases, people who suffer from certain kidney or liver disorders may also be susceptible to nose bleeding for the same reason. Inherited vitamin deficiencies can even be a factor.
- Bleeding of the nose most often occurs in the front of the nasal septum, which is the membrane that separates the two sides of the nose. This area contains many small blood vessels that can be easily irritated or damaged. This blood will usually exit through the nostrils. However, bleeding may be in the back of the nose and this blood will be caught in the throat. This will cause a need to cough, gagging or a feeling of fullness in the ears.
- According to "The New York Times," the commonly recommended method to treat minor nose bleeding is to apply gentle pressure by pinching the nostrils together to stop the flow of blood. An ice pack may also be applied to slow down blood flow. Laying down is not recommended, since this may cause blood to go down the throat. For this reason, leaning forward is recommended to contain the blood flow to the immediate area.
- Minor nose bleeding should stop within 10 to 15 minutes. If bleeding does not stop after this time, medical attention may be required. If force trauma has caused the bleeding, there may be damage to the bone structure that will require medical attention. Nose bleeding with no known cause may be an indication of a more serious medical condition, such as internal hemorrhaging or tumors. An examination, including a medical interview and possibly X-rays or other tests, will be conducted to diagnose any serious health problems.