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Nose bleed

Nose bleeds are when the small fragile blood vessels in the nose break. This will cause the nose to bleed. It is a common condition, especially in young children. A bump or bang on the nose can often result in a nosebleed.

Children who have frequent nosebleeds should be checked for underlying conditions by a doctor.

More information for parents and visitors on nose bleeds

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