Anyone else have this issue and not have it be from doing coke? I got hit by a pitch that ended my baseball career and broke my nose. Collapsed my left nostril and basically pushed my nose to the right by like half an inch. I ended up getting surgery a few months later and now following that I have nose bleeds pretty much every day. I have had it coderized twice now and that doesn't seem to help.
Doctor said that the cartilage has as "memory" and on the left side has moved over and blocked my air passage a bit. When this happens more air flows through the right side which constantly aggravates the blood vessels..? He told me that this could be fixed by another surgery, but I don't really want another surgery. I feel like this could just happen again once its all said and done.
I notice that it is incredibly dry in there and that is a huge result of why I get them. I will move my nose around or blow it and boom, the fucking Hoover Dam just busted in there and blood is everywhere.
So anyway, anyone have this issue and how did you solve it? I use saline solution to combat the dryness, doesn't do shit.
I'm a regular nosebleeder. Ever since I was a child. Probably started after adenoids removal surgery, I don't even remember, It has been that long.
I have had cauterisation done once, worked for couple of weeks. Still get random nosebleeds. I think I have bleeded in all kind of activites and places haha; sleeping, in the middle of class, driving, running etc.
Shit sucks, but I am kinda used to it by now. Probably could fix it with surgery, but I don't really want to get one.
sounds like the fairy of womanhood has paid a visit to your nose
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I had surgery on my nose to fix a deviated septum and I remember the doctor asking before hand if I had a lot of nosebleeds because that would fix it. I didnt, but you may have to get that surgery if you want to permanently remove the issue. Its not a bad surgery so if you can afford it, do it. Youll be thankful you did. I can finally smell things again, breath properly, etc.
I'm a former racer, I say dumb things.
Oh trust me. I know what it feels like to breathe properly now. I broke my nose 3 times before I was age 4 and the baseball 3 years ago was just the final break before I really needed surgery. When I say collapsed, I mean it didn't fucking work so I was breathing maybe 60% out of one side and 0% out of the other. I can breathe so much better right now I just don't particularly like bleeding from my nose every morning.
And as for the surgery I already got one to fix the deviated septum and it wasn't an easy surgery. I fucking hated the post op shit. Surgery is always a last resort for me.
no but if your asking if ive ever purposefully slammed my face into the headboard and gave myself a bloody nose so i could bleed all over a chick while i fucked her so its one bloody, sweaty, wet mess, that shit turns me on; but you sound like youre talking from experience? it couldve been me
I used to get nosebleeds all the time. My doctor told me to eat more leafy dark green vegetables like spinach, collard greens and broccoli because they have some blood clotting vitamins in them. They're all disgusting but it worked very well.