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Xanex asked in HealthOther - Health · 9 years ago

Why does my nose bleed alot?

So my nose bleeds everyday about 4 times a day and its been happening all my life, when I'm in school, home, outside, and inside. I don't even go outside much and I don't horseplay so I have no idea why this is happening. My nose just bled 5 minutes ago and now I'm sick of this. I've been imbarresed whenever it happens and after school I always come home with a huge blood stain on my shirt, and when I'm in band, my nose bleeds on my saxophone and I got detention because of this. These stupid nose bleeds are ruining my life. I'm not paranoid and I'm not bluffing, it literally bleeds everyday of my life since I was 5. I'm 14 and its affecting my grades too. There's blood on my homework and progress reports all the time. I've even been accused of murder, its crazy I know! I've been to the nurse about 20 times in 1 year. All the girls think I'm a weirdo and my friends are laughing at me. I can't even eat a bowl of cereal without my blood going on the milk. I repeated 6th grade for too much absences and tardys, I've been tardy and absent a total of 37 times because of nose bleeds in the morning. Please help, I've asked doctors, none helped me. I've googled it, nothing helped. IM SERIOUSLY SCARED

3 Answers

  • ?
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    Perhaps you need citrus bioflavonoids or vitamin K as in

  • 9 years ago


    Trauma, including self-induced by nose picking, especially in children

    Allergic and non-allergic rhinitis

    Hypertension (high blood pressure)

    Use of blood thinning medications

    Alcohol/Drug abuse

    Less common causes include tumors and inherited bleeding problems

    Hormonal changes during pregnancy may increase the risk of nosebleeds.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    stop thinking of naked chicks

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