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Question: mine is 8th month is running, yesterday I had a nose bleed when I sneeze, and today mng from mouth also I had bleeding, can any knows abt it?

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Answer: Extremely cold weather can cause pressure on blood vessels. Sometimes one might experience nose bleeding. Consult your doctor.
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