Dont know where to post this. But um, in a week so far I have had 3 nose bleeds in separate days. Following that I get somewhat weak or hungry....I guess its due to the blood lose. Brief history on me though...soon to be 22 around 130lbs. Very petite. (you wouldnt think I would weight that...but I do!) Well ever since I was a kid I would get nose bleeds non-stop. Mainly during summer time. I remember my mom would say it was the lack of food/vitamins. I have not had nose bleeds since maybe 7-12 years ago. For about 2 years, I have not had dairy products-this includes milk, cheese...etc due to being lactose intolerant. I went from being lactose to being allergic. After consuming a food with cheese, I ended up in the ER due to shortness of breath/difficulty breathing. Dr. suggested I avoid dairy...so I have. My calcium source was no longer milk, so I am wondering is this a lack of vitamins that are causing the nose bleeds follow by weakness?
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