I had a doctor's appointment the other day and forgot to mention to the doctor about a concern. Maybe someone or here can give some advise?
About a week ago or so, I blew my nose and nothing but blood came out.
Now I'm not know for having bloody noses, in fact I have never had one in my life (to the best of my knowledge) and I was told by a couple people, including my mom, that it's just the dry air. (I mean I do live in Colorado, it does get very dry here) but I have lived here for over 10 years and have never had this happen to me. So this was very frightening to me. Note every once in a while when I blew my nose, there's a little bit of blood. Nothing to worry about though, but that first time, there was quite a bit.
Anyone know if this happens during pregnancy, or what might have caused it, and if it its something to worry about? Again,I know people get them, it's normal, but I have never had one in my life...why now?
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