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Nosebleeds (cont.)

Nosebleed Prognosis

With proper treatment, the vast majority of people recover from nosebleeds with no long-term effects. A minority of patients may experience severe bleeding, which can rarely be life-threatening.

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Nosebleed - Causes

Was the cause of your nosebleed ever diagnosed?

Nosebleed - Length Symptoms Lasted

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Epistaxis, or bleeding from the nose, is common in its frequency and varied in its manifestation.

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