Oct 1, 2011

How to cope with nosebleeds in children

/ On : 7:49 AM
GladChild: Nose bleeding is common in naturally by the children, you do not need to be overly concerned with this situation. So what do you do first if your child has a nosebleed?

Here are five simple steps to cope with nosebleeds in children:
  • Reassure your child not to panic and follow these steps
  • Tell your child to sit upright and leaning forward
  • Press your child's nose just above the nostrils and under nose. Keep your child to breathe through the mouth and nose press your child for 5 minutes.
  • If after 5 minutes of blood that comes out still have not stopped, press again for 5 minutes.
  • If after 10 minutes on your child's nosebleed has not stopped, then certainly it is not unusual nosebleeds and you must immediately bring your child to the hospital.

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