Many children in life will have nosebleeds, which can be caused by many reasons, such as environmental factors, trauma factors and disease factors. When children have nosebleeds, they need to be treated in time. Let’s take a look at how to treat nosebleeds.
Children with nosebleeds need to stop bleeding first, and then adopt the corresponding treatment plan. Parents can hold their children’s nose wings with their hands when they find that they have nosebleeds, and put pressure on their nostrils to stop bleeding, but at the same time, let the children open their mouths and breathe. After stopping nosebleeds, we need to go to the hospital for examination, find out the specific reasons, and then carry out targeted treatment.
Acute sinusitis is a common cause of nosebleeds in children, which requires nasal irrigation first and then medication under the guidance of a doctor. Some children with nosebleeds may have hemangioma, which usually requires surgery. Some children also have nosebleeds due to leukemia, which usually requires chemotherapy.
It is suggested to take the child to a regular hospital for further examination in time to find out what causes nosebleeds, and then actively adopt appropriate treatment schemes. Usually, give your children more foods rich in vitamin C, such as fresh fruits and vegetables, try not to eat spicy food, avoid picking your nose with your hands, and pay attention to nose hygiene to avoid infection.