Nosebleeds in Children

Nosebleeds can be scary, but usually cause no harm to children.

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Nosebleeds can be scary, but usually cause no harm to children. Children usually bleed from the superficial and thin blood vessels at the front portion of the nose on the septum, just behind the nostrils. Such nosebleeds usually decrease after puberty as the nose lining thickens from hormonal changes.

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