Nose Bleeds

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If your sinuses and/or nose are infected, the inside of the nose will become dry as a result of the crusting and the change in air patterns stemming from the nasal obstruction. The infection can cause breaks in the membranes, and this can cause bleeding. You might see blood in your mucus. This bleeding can become more severe if the affected vessels are big enough or the damage to the membranes is significant. The medical term for a nose bleed is epistasis.

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