I believe many parents and friends have met the situation of nosebleeds in children. When they first meet this situation, many parents will feel distressed and panic, for fear that the children may suffer from nosebleeds caused by any disease. In fact, there are many reasons for children’s nosebleeds, and parents and friends should not all think about the bad. So, how did the nosebleed of the child happen?
1. When baby’s nasal mucosa is dry, capillaries expand, nasal cavity inflammation or irritation occurs, it is easy for nosebleeds, such as various rhinitis, sinusitis, nasal tuberculosis, nasal syphilis, nasal trauma, nasal septum deviation, nasal foreign body or nasal tumor, etc.
2. Poor weather conditions, such as dry air, heat, low air pressure, cold, high room temperature, etc., can cause nosebleeds.
3. Some babies have the bad habit of picking their nose with their hands. When the nasal mucosa is dry, it is easy to pick their nose and bleed.
4, external injury, children are active and naughty, accidentally hit hard objects, there is a possibility of nosebleeds, there is also a need to educate the baby not to randomly pick nostrils, picking nostrils may cause nasal mucosa damage, leading to nosebleeds.
5, baby picky food, partial food, not eating vegetables and other bad habits will lead to vitamin deficiency and nosebleeds.
6. When the baby has a fever or a cold, the nasal mucosa is congested and swollen, and superficial blood vessels under the mucosa are easy to rupture and bleed. Some systemic diseases, such as fever, hypertension, arteriosclerosis, leukemia, thrombocytopenic purpura, aplastic anemia, etc., can also cause nosebleeds in babies.
7. Thrombocytopenia in blood can also cause nosebleeds in babies. In this case, the amount of nosebleed of the baby is difficult to stop. It is suggested to check the blood routine, which may be a complication of other diseases. Parents should pay attention to it.
Generally speaking, there are many causes leading to nosebleeds in children, which are generally related to dry nasal mucosa and fragile capillaries in children, and some children like to pick nostrils, which is also a common cause leading to nosebleeds in children. In addition, vitamin deficiency, external injury, children’s cold and fever, thrombocytopenia, etc., may also lead to nosebleeds in children.