Do Seasonal Allergies Cause Nosebleeds?

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Can seasonal allergies cause nosebleeds?

Seasonal allergies can cause a nosebleed because when you have bad allergies, your nasal cavity can get swollen and irritated. If you rub or blow your nose frequently the small blood vessels at the tip of your nose can rupture, causing a nosebleed.

Is a Bloody Nose an Allergy Symptom?

Allergies can cause a bloody nose. When you have bad environmental allergies, your nasal cavity is often swollen and irritated. Sometimes you'll end up rubbing it, or blowing it. And what can happen is, over time, the small blood vessels that are at the tip of your nose can rupture. When these blood vessels rupture, they're really close to the surface of the nasal mucosa and you can get nosebleeds.

How to Prevent Nosebleeds from Allergies

Sometimes fixing your allergies or just getting your nose to be less swollen can actually improve your nosebleeds. One of the easiest ways to fix this though is using something called a nasal saline rinse, and this will just humidify your nose.

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