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Nosebleed

Nosebleeds are not usually a sign of anything serious. They're common, particularly in children, and most can be easily treated at home.

Nosebleeds can have many possible causes including picking your nose, blowing your nose too hard, and an injury such as a broken nose.

To avoid having another nosebleed, try not to blow or pick your nose, drink hot drinks or alcohol, or do any strenuous activity for 24 hours.

Read more on the NHS website.

To avoid having another nosebleed, try not to blow or pick your nose, drink hot drinks or alcohol, or do any strenuous activity for 24 hours.

Read more on the NHS website.

Nosebleeds can have many possible causes including picking your nose, blowing your nose too hard, and an injury such as a broken nose.

Read more on the NHS website.