How is it to nosebleed?

Nasal bleeding (epistaxis) is a common phenomenon that is usually caused by injuries to the vascularized nasal mucosa, except for specific, rare diseases. The most common causes of this are trauma (for example, too much snow!) Or dryness of the nasal mucosa.

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What to do with nosebleed?

Let your nosebleed child sit upright so that the blood supply to the head is reduced. Ajar, but with a slightly bent forward head - so that the blood does not run down the throat and swallowed - then the two nostrils in the bone-free area (front of the tip of the nose) with his thumb and forefinger pressed firmly on each other.

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