When i was pregnant with my 2 year old, i had nose bleeds literally every day during the entire pregnancy (starting at about 8 weeks lasting until the delivery). I dont think the time of the year had anything to do with it (or how dry it was) since i had the nose bleeds during the spring, summer, fall, and winter....lol. It was strange too, out of no where my left nostril would gush blood.
I was 37 when i had my daughter. Shes perfectly fine. I hear frequent nose bleeds means your having a girl (old wives tales). In my case it was true.
We shall see again. I am currently 16 weeks pregnant and had my first nosebleed a couple days ago. Dont seem to have the same problem as last time, maybe its a boy.
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