I got hit in the nose of summer 2009
I got hit with a guy's elbow to my nose bone while playing volleyball
It got hit REALLY badly but not broken
It started bleeding, and now i get nosebleeds
I get nosebleeds (a little bit) everyday
When i blow my nose sometimes during the day i see blood
Allergy season hits and i kinda get it more often
Last night, i blew my nose and a drop (like a pea) of blood dropped on my leg
I'm worried it might be sometime wrong
Is it a normal nosebleed or something you need to go to the doctor for??
If someone answers this i really appreciate it
i'm 14 by the way.
Maybe you broke a blood vessel? I don't know much about this kind of stuff, but a girl I once knew got hit in her nose, and instead of it breaking, a blood vessel broke in her eye and it was red and gross. She was okay though. I think you should go to the doctor if you are worried. But sometimes with allergies and humidity changes, we just get dry noses and such. I've definitely blown my nose and had blood come out. Sometimes injuries to noses can cause bigger problems if not checked out, so I would just check with a doctor, if there is anything wrong they could probably x-ray it. I wouldn't be too worried, it probably isn't anything serious but you will feel better if you get it checked out.
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