Tag Info

New answers tagged

2

Yes it can but it is very rare. Most often when you get a nosebleed it is either a vein or capillary that ruptures. However in some cases it is arterial bleeding which is always an emergency. I have honestly noticed when I have nosebleeds often each one is worse than the previous with some having a lot of bleeding but still no gushing from an artery. ...


3

Yes. Usually only in the case of someone with hemophilia (no blood clotting) but it could theoretically occur with any serious uncontrolled nosebleed. Since blood in the stomach tends to cause vomiting, you could also lead to a scenario where someone who was uncomfortable with blood would pass out due to being scared of the blood and then aspirate (puke and ...


8

Yes, it can, but it is extremely rare. ... nosebleeds are rarely fatal, accounting for only 4 of the 2.4 million deaths in the U.S. in 1999 [1]. The main issue is that epistaxis can be a sign of potentially fatal diseases: The instances in which nosebleed is potentially fatal are those in which there is a history of recent head injury, severe ...


5

Any injury, that results in external bleeding can lead to death, since it is a breach in the body's defenses and an entry point for pathogens. Explanation: When you have nose bleeding the blood must be coming from somewhere. Usually from inside your body. That means there is a hole in your body which is big enough for blood to stream out. That in return ...



Top 50 recent answers are included