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What is the cause of a child's nosebleeds? Could it be leukemia?
In daily life, we often see children with nosebleeds, especially in the spring and dry seasons in summer. What is the reason for the child's nosebleed? Many people say it may be leukemia. Is this really the case? Let's talk about it with your questions.

What is the cause of a child's nosebleeds? Could it be leukemia?

[Can a child's nosebleeds be leukemia? ]

Many parents are very worried when they have nosebleeds, and think that leukemia has come to their door. In fact, there are many reasons why children have nosebleeds. If it is said that there is an occasional nosebleed, then the chance of leukemia is very small. If it is said that there is continuity and the amount of bleeding will be a lot, then you must be cautious, it is recommended to check.

[Causes of children with nosebleeds!]

First: Cold

Many people may say that a cold should not be a runny nose. Why is a nosebleed? In fact, after a child has a cold, the nasal mucosa will be stimulated to some extent, which will cause bleeding. Moreover, children's immunity is relatively weak. Infecting a strong snot may also cause blood vessels to rupture and bleed.

Second: trauma

How does a child's nosebleeds happen? It may be caused by trauma. When you hit a toy or hit a wall while playing, this will cause nosebleeds.

Third: Nasal Diseases

Nosebleeds may also be caused by diseases. In addition to getting angry, they may also be caused by diseases such as nasal polyps. Therefore, the nosebleed should pay attention to examination to avoid delay.

Fourth: systemic diseases

What is happening to nosebleeds in children? It may be caused by systemic diseases, such as aplastic anemia or leukemia and blood diseases.

Most nosebleeds in children are caused by trauma, and rarely due to disease, unless it is a congenital disease. Therefore, parents who have nosebleeds do not need to worry too much. You can look at the specific cause of nosebleeds in children. Only in this way can they be targeted for treatment. The above reasons are the most common, and it is recommended to stay away from it.

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