After having the flu for 2 weeks, one of the KosherWoman staff
had a 20 minute huge red nosebleed.

Someone in her family went to a doctor who lived down the block.

The doctor had said that if the nosebleed lasts more than an hour
you need to go to the emergency room.

Even though she was bleeding just for 20 minutes,
she decided to go to a nearby hospital emergency room.

The doctor checked her out & told her that this is
something that can happen after the flu & she shouldn't worry.

When she spoke to her friends about what happened,
none of them had heard that the flu could cause this.

We thought the KosherWoman readers should be aware of this.


Below is more about Nosebleeds!



The lining of your nose contains many tiny blood vessels
that lie close to the surface & are easily damaged.

The two most common causes of nosebleeds are:

Other causes of nosebleeds include:

Less common causes of nosebleeds include:

Normally, nosebleeds are not a symptom or result of high blood pressure.

It is possible, but rare, that severe high blood pressure
may worsen or prolong bleeding if you have a nosebleed.




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