- dilated pupils,
- recurrent nosebleeds, and
- cocaine-induced headaches,
- cocaine-induced seizures,
- psychiatric complications like anxiety, hallucinations, and psychoses,
- nasal and throat complications like nosebleed and perforated nasal septum,
- pulmonary diagnoses of conditions like asthma and pneumonia,
- cardiovascular complications,
- pregnancy complications, and
- infectious complications.
Nosebleed, medical term "epistaxis" is blood coming from the inside of the nose. Nosebleeds are caused by various problems. Less serious causes of a nosebleed are and object stuck inside of the nose, infection of the sinuses or upper respiratory tract, hay fever, dry; hot; or cold weather, blowing the nose forcefully, and certain medications. More serious causes of a nosebleed are cocaine or alcohol abuse, liver disease, high blood pressure, and nasal tumors. The causes of most nosebleeds can be stopped quickly. More serious causes may need medical treatment.