What causes uncontrollable cough and nosebleed?
My mother has been experiencing an uncontrollable cough. At seemingly random times, she will be overcome with a cough. She will need to stop what she is doing and get a drink. Just now she started coughing and her nose began to bleed considerably. What could cause this and would any medicine help? She has normal...
Asked by Drucilla Bartholemew 1 year ago.
My mother has been experiencing an uncontrollable cough. At seemingly random times, she will be overcome with a cough. She will need to stop what she is doing and get a drink. Just now she started coughing and her nose began to bleed considerably. What could cause this and would any medicine help? She has normal allergies but it has never been this extreme. She has shown no other symptoms. Answered by Valentina Alexakis 1 year ago.
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This Site Might Help You. RE: What causes uncontrollable cough and nosebleed? My mother has been experiencing an uncontrollable cough. At seemingly random times, she will be overcome with a cough. She will need to stop what she is doing and get a drink. Just now she started coughing and her nose began to bleed considerably. What could cause this and would any medicine help?... Answered by Sharla Guemmer 1 year ago.
strong coughs can cause eruption of small nasal blood vessels and lead to bleeding. the coughing can be brought on by drainage from the back of the nasal passages and moving downward toward the epiglottis where a cough reflex is initiated. a pharmacist could offer something over the counter to help with the nose bleed, or you can just put your head back and pinch the nose just below the cartilage where the nose can be easily squeezed together. an ice pack to the nose may help. also packing the nose with cotton or gauze for a few minutes can help but there are problems associated with that when one isnt knowledgeable about removing the packing, or leaving it in to long. as long as your able to deal with it, and no other symptoms are present your likely ok. oh, any nose bleed seems like your losing a ton of blood, in reality it may be hardly more than a tablespoonful. but if you have six seven nosebleeds a day that teaspoonful ads up. so you be the judge, just an occassional nose bleed from strong involuntary coughing, or many bleeds from many coughing spells throughout the day. if this were so you might want to consult an ENT doctor. Answered by Wally Faircloth 1 year ago.
i've never heard of nosebleeds occuring, though it could be a side affect of heavy coughing which is a side affect of smoking marijuana. six times a day is definetly excessive though and is probably something that deserves attention. however, it doesnt cause high blood pressure. if he refuses to tone it down... i'd recommend you try to get him to drink more water which should cause fewer nosebleeds due to dry nasal cavities. or get him to try and eat it which will negate any effects from smoking, or if he refuses to do that due to the hassle... get a vaporizer which allows him to inhale but not be "smoking" it is what is used my medical patients and isn't unhealthy in any way... however a vaporizer can be expensive, although a good investment for someone that smokes that much Answered by Maple Shaer 1 year ago.
Coughing And Nose Bleeds Answered by Belkis Dowey 1 year ago.
Afrin will stop the bleeding as will pinching nose below bony part/ice pack. uncontrollable cough? needs eval, cxr, is it productive? is she short of breath. how long been going on? any vomiting w cough? could have sinus infection and post nasal drip or gastric reflux, could be asthma. Answered by Eric Iyo 1 year ago.
I'm very curious too about the answer to this Answered by Lilliana Bove 1 year ago.