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Instead of waking up to breakfast in bed, I woke up to a bloody nose.  Before I ever saw the red drops of blood drip on my canon shaped thigh, I sniffled, thinking a runny nose would be my first source of irritation for the day.  To my surprise, it was blood hitting my thigh and more blood on the back of my hand, after I had brushed across my nose, trying to stop the flow, somehow.  It took me back to yester years when I was much more forgiving and much more naive.  As I ducked, trying to find something to cover my nose with, I wondered if I deserved it, and I did not know how to... 

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What is a Nosebleed (epistaxis)?

Harvard Health Publishing

The inside of the nose is covered with moist, delicate tissue (mucosa) that has a rich supply of blood vessels near the surface. When this tissue is injured, even from a minor nick or scratch, these blood vessels tend to bleed, sometimes heavily. Nosebleeds near the front of the nose, called anterior nosebleeds, are very common since this is the most accessible area to injury. The most frequent location is the nasal septum, the wall between the two sides of the nose. In most cases, this type of nosebleed is not serious. It usually can be stopped with some local pressure and a little patience.

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