Traducción de nosebleed en Español:


hemorragia nasal, n.

Pronunciación /ˈnəʊzbliːd//ˈnoʊzˌblid/


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    hemorragia nasal femenino formal
    epistaxis femenino técnico
    he has frequent nosebleeds sufre frecuentes hemorragias nasales formal
    • Touching and poking the inner nose can cause nosebleeds.
    • If this phase is severe, signs include eye disease, spontaneous nosebleeds, retinal bleeding, and swelling of limbs.
    • During nosebleeds, pinch the end of the nose and have the child lean slightly forward to keep the blood from flowing down his throat.
    • Side effects of this drug may include nosebleeds, headaches and stomach pain.
    • Usually, the congestion, runny nose, and nosebleeds that occur during pregnancy clear up shortly after delivery.
    • If your nose hurts, if you begin to have nosebleeds or if the inside of your nose stings, stop using the spray for one to two days.
    • You may see blood on your toothbrush after brushing or you may have nosebleeds.
    • Most nosebleeds happen in the front of the nose.
    • Side effects, which include nasal irritation, nosebleeds, and headache, are generally mild.
    • He's always sniffling and frequently has nosebleeds.
    • Contrary to popular belief, people with high blood pressure probably do not have nosebleeds more often than others of similar age, but when they do, the high pressure does make bleeding more profuse.
    • Reduce your dose if you notice signs of excessive bleeding, like incessant nosebleeds or cuts that don't scab quickly.
    • Anterior nosebleeds occur in the front part of the nose and flow out the nostrils when you are upright.
    • You might have trouble hearing in one ear, or you might have nosebleeds, headaches, ringing in one or both ears, or you might feel a change in sensation over one side of your face.
    • I treated nosebleeds this way and never had a problem again.
    • Lab tests show a deficiency of all the blood cells, which explains the nosebleeds.
    • The symptoms of hypertension can include headache, nosebleeds, dizziness, and lightheadedness.
    • Blow your nose very gently and maintain adequate room moisture to prevent nosebleeds.
    • It constantly spews toxic chemicals into the air here, and the residents I work with suffer from headaches, nosebleeds and respiratory problems.
    • This can restrict airflow and cause snoring, congestion and nosebleeds.