Pregnancy symptoms


Nosebleeds are quite common in pregnancy. Although a nosebleed seems frightening, there is nothing to worry about as long as you do not lose substantial blood. Nosebleeds can be mostly treated at home.

What is happening?
During a nosebleed, blood comes out from one or both nostrils. This can last from a few seconds to over 10 minutes. When lying down, you might feel liquid in the back of your throat before blood flows out of your nose.

Stopping a nosebleed
Given below are some ways to stop a nosebleed:

If the bleeding does not stop, seek medical advice. Moreover, avoid blowing your nose, bending down, and performing strenuous activities for at least 12 hours after a nosebleed.

In case you are worried about your nosebleeds, please consider talking to your doctor.

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