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Nosebleeds and topical bleeding can be the result of many different causes!
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Nosebleeds and difficult to stop bleeding from cuts are not always caused by the obvious. In fact there are many physical condition causes, many medication side effect causes and many environmental causes of bleeding. Recurring bleeding issues negatively impact one’s lifestyle and as such sufferers are in search of new OTC treatment products that will reduce the negative impact and allow them to quickly get back to what they were doing.

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Causes Nosebleeds


Nasal Allergies, Colds and Infections

All three cause swelling / inflammation of the thin vessel walls, which can cause a break.

In the US, as many as 40 million people suffer from nasal allergies / 1 in 7 or 47 million people are diagnosed with sinus infections annually / the population experiences 1.2 billion colds annually.

Swelling and irritation of the nasal cavities - excessive nasal dryness caused by frequent use of nasal decongestants, side effects of certain nasal medications, particularly the prescription steroid nasal sprays: Flonase, Nasonex, Omnaris, etc. and excessive hard blowing can all cause a break in the vessel walls.

The duration / continuity of nasal allergies and/or chronic sinus infections will tend to cause a higher incidence of nosebleeds

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Nosebleeds And Pregnancy

A bloody nose can be a common occurrence during pregnancy. As the pregnancy progresses, particularly into the 2nd and 3rd trimesters, blood flow increases by 30% to 50% in order to maintain a healthy placenta. The increased blood flow pressure can cause a break in the fragile vessel wall in the nasal cavities. There are approximately 4 MM full-term pregnancies annually. One in five pregnant women have nosebleeds compared to one in sixteen women who aren't pregnant.

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Environmental-related Nosebleeds

Climate related dryness can cause frequent nosebleeds and/or increase the incidence for people prone to nosebleeds from other causes. Home heating causing dryness, low humidity climates such as those in the Southwest and air conditioning can all result in nosebleeds. Climbing and hiking at higher altitudes, sking in cold / dry climates and changes in pressure during airplane travel can all cause nosebleeds.

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Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) or Osler Weber Rendu

HHT is a genetic disorder of the blood vessels, which affects approximately 1 in 5,000 (66,000 in the US). HHT affects both genders and all racial and ethnic groups. While HHT has many more serious implications, the symptom most manifested is nosebleeds, impacting 94% of people with the disorder. The frequency of nosebleeds varies among people with HHT, but several people experience them multiple times a week or every day. The intensity of the nosebleeds varies among individuals, with most sufferers experiencing a mix of mild, moderate and severe.

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Cancer Therapies

Chemotherapy causes thinning of the mucosa. Chemo causes a drop in your platelet count, which increases the incidence of nosebleeds and bruising. Radiation therapy used in conjunction with chemo worsens the incidence of Chemotherapy

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Nasal Cancer, Paranasal Sinus Cancer and Polyps

Nasal Cancer and Paranasal Sinus Cancer cases are rare (2,000 per year). Bloody noses occur as a result of the infection and inflammation associated with these cancers. Nasal Polyps are abnormal lesions in the nasal mucosa. Nosebleeds are symptomatic of nasal polyps. The incidence in adults is 1% - 4%.

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Spontaneous Nosebleeds In Children

Children often experience spontaneous nosebleeds, without any apparent cause. Most originate in the middle wall of the nose, where blood vessels often become dilated when inflamed. Increased pressure on these vessels when reclining or bending over, when sneezing or coughing or after experiencing minor nasal trauma can result in a spontaneous nosebleed.

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Other Nasal Trauma

A significant number of nosebleeds are caused by nasal trauma due to chronic nose picking and extreme nose blowing. In addition, nasal trauma as a result of a fight or accident can also cause a bloody nose.

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Hypertension / High Blood Pressure

33% of the adult population (77.9 million people) have hypertension. While it is not a direct cause of nosebleeds, it will affect the severity and/or frequency of nosebleeds resulting from other causes.

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Causes Both Nosebleeds and Topical Bleeding


Blood Thinners

Blood thinners whether prescription drugs or aspirin cause nosebleeds and/or difficult to stop topical bleeding in 3% - 4% of regular users. Coumadin and Plavix are two of the most widely prescribed blood thinners, used by 5 million + people every day. Baby aspirin are taken daily by 50 MM+ people - the majority for their wellness program.

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Bleeding Disorders - Hemophilia and von Willebrand's Disease

Genetic blood based bleeding disorders that inhibit clotting can also cause nosebleeds and difficult to stop topical bleeding. Hemophilia impacts 20,000 people - von Willebrand disease impacts 3.3 MM people.

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Sports Related Trauma

Sports activities are a popular cause of nosebleeds and difficult to stop topical bleeding. From youth sports right through high school, college and professional sports keeping athletes in the game is important. Often bleeding in sports such as wrestling will result in disqualification.

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Causes Topical Bleeding


Cuts Working In and Outside the Home

Bleeding from cuts working in and outside the home is often beyond adhesive bandages, but not requiring stitches.

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Shaving Cuts

Shaving cuts for men and women on their legs can be very difficult to stop bleeding. The styptic pencil stings and isn't very hygenic. The bleeding cut bleeds through multiple adhesive bandages.

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Paper Cuts

Do you ever get a paper cut that just won't stop bleeding? The bleeding keeps soaking through several adhesive bandages. You need something that will stop the bleeding quickly so you can get back to what you were doing.

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Cuts When Playing

The kids while playing fall and cut their arms, their knees, etc. and the bleeding wont stop with a adhesive bandage. The adults during recreational activities fall and cut themselves and the bleeding wont stop with a adhesive bandage.

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If your bleeding persists you should consult your physician.


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