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How to stop bleeding from nose-ears

What is bleedingbleeding also called hemorrhage. The leakage of blood from blood vessels, internal organs, external parts of the body is called bleeding. The effects of excessive bleeding, loss of blood in the body are clearly visible. For example, a person's body looks pale, feels cold and dizzy, then it means that there is not enough blood flow in his body.

Bleeding can be fatal because it can very quickly give rise to other conditions, such as a lack of oxygen in tissues, possibly a heart attack, or organ damage.

The physical response to any injury or illness is called a shock. It is a reaction due to excessive bleeding or fear.

At this time the victim needs physical and mental support, so this is a crucial time for such a person. Make him feel that you'll be fine soon. Such a person should be given first aid immediately and an ambulance should be called if needed.

Types of bleeding

Everyone should know how first aid is given in bleeding. There are two types of bleeding from the body, internal bleeding, and external bleeding.

Internal bleeding-  Bleeding inside the body. Such bleeding occurs from internal organs. Sometimes internal bleeding is not detected. Which is very fatal for the victim such as bleeding due to injury to the stomach, heart, lungs, or due to bone injury

External bleeding- Bleeding from external organs of the body. Blood coming out of the skin, mouth, nose, eyes, ears, etc.

Causes of bleeding 

Injury to the outer surface of the body and affecting internal organs such as the stomach, lungs, heart, bones.

And injury to external organs of the body affects the external organs of the body like skin, mouth, nose, eyes, ears, etc.
  1. Penetrating injuries,
  2. Gunshot injuries,
  3. Blunt injuries,
  4. Crush injuries.

hemorrhage cause

  • Stomach ulcers,
  • Excess alcohol intake,
  • Some medication, especially for patients on blood-thinning medications, such as warfarin, aspirin.
  • Family history,
  • Pregnancy complications,
  • Abortions,
  • Abnormal menstrual bleeding.

Prevention Measures

How to control bleeding- Make sure the scene is safe for you. Stay with the patient until the bleeding stops from the skin. If bleeding from the mouth, narrow the site of bleeding with a clean cloth. If the bleeding continues, add another cloth. Do not remove the previse cloth.

If there is bleeding from the nose, the victim bends forward, pinches the nose for 10 minutes when he breathes through the mouth.

If there is bleeding from the ear, ask the victim to sit and bend over the edge so that the blood comes out and the ear is covered with a cloth without any compression.

If you notice symptoms of shivering or bleeding from the feet, the victim should lie on their back and place 2-3 pillows under the feet or feet about 1 foot above the ground. Cover the victim with a blanket.
If there is bleeding from the hand, raise it above the head.

  • Use safety devices while driving.
  • Get health checkups done from time to time.
  • Keep sharp objects away from children.
  • Avoid excessive consumption of alcohol
  • Consult your doctor if you take warfarin (blood thinner).
  • Take medication, consult your doctor (pregnancy).

Do not 

  • Swallow blood.
  • do not blow, cough, sniff or pitch the nose if there is bleeding.
  • do not put any object in the ear to stop bleeding.
  • do not take aspirin if there is any bleeding.
  • do not remove a cloth that you have applied to stop bleeding. add another cloth on the previous one.
  • do not remove any penetrating object.


Q - what is a shock?

Ans - Shock is the result of excessive blood loss from internal or external bleeding .it can present as shivering, confusion cold pale skin dizziness unconsciousness. it is a life-threatening emergency, as the blood does not reach the vital organs.

Q - Is the vomiting blood sign of internal bleeding?

Answer - yes, if you see blood in vomit or if vomit is blackish, it is a sign of internal bleeding.

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