Nosebleeds during pregnancy


Nosebleeds during pregnancy

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, you and Your Child are likely safe and healthy. 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:

The bleeding won’t stop
If the bleeding does not stop, avoid blowing your nose, bending down, and performing a strenuous activity for at least 12 hours after a nosebleed. 

If it’s not getting better fast, or in case you are worried about your nosebleeds, talk to your doctor.


Dr. Wanwadee Sapmee Panyakat (OB-GYN) (2 December 2019)


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