for about a week and a half I have been having a continous nose bleeds and have tried everything to get rid or stop it from happenning I tried drinking alot of water before bed, I put a fan on near me so I could stay cool. I tried putting water on a washcloth and put it in my nose when it felt dry before bed. Nothing has worked so far it just recently subsided but for what I don't know either. I'm trying to understand why I was always so hot even when I didn't have any covers on I don't have a cold either. Can anyone give me answers?
You could have had some type of infection. Did you have any loss of appetite, dizziness, sore throat? I am happy for you that it's gone, but if you do get a high fever again for a week straight, I would see a doctor. Hopefully it's gone for good!
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