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Why You Get Nose Bleeds

Nosebleeds are fairly common, approximately 15% of people will have a nosebleed(epistaxis) at some point in their lives.  During the winter season, nose bleeds are especially common, because of increased dryness.  The nose is lined with delicate mucous membranes which have a rich blood supply, and winter dryness causes the membranes to dry out, crack, […]

  • Posted on: Jan 22 2018
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