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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Frequent bleeding nose. How to stop the bleeding?

    How do I stop my nose from bleeding?

    How do I prevent it from happening so frequently?
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    Dr Jill Gamberg

    GP (General Practitioner)

    Dr Jill Gamberg graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in 2007, after which she … View Profile

    If you get a nose bleed, the best way to stop it bleeding is to hold your head forward and apply direct pressure to the bridge of the nose or nostrils until it stops. You should rest until the bleeding settles.

    Nosebleeds are not usually serious and may be caused by infection, injury, allergic reaction, and frequent nose picking. If you have recurrent nose bleeds, see your GP who can look for causes and suggest potential treatments. Sometimes you may need referral to an ENT for further treatment.

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