iam 32 and have NEVER had blood in my nose b4-not even the tiniest bit. Afew days ago when i blew my nose(very lightly) there was a drop of dried looking blood,brown and crusty(sorry) didnt think anything of it. i usually blow my nose morning and nite. today which is about 4 days later i blew my nose and it was bright red and more wet looking.so its getting redder and more. The weather has been very cold,dry a little snow the other day but im used to that in winter time plus im mostly inside.The past 2 nights when i go to bed i get really cold and it takes about 2hrs to warm up.last night i had 7 blankets on me.dont have thermometer so i didnt take temp. im reading most likely its due to dry weather,allergies etc. i dont have money to go dr and im mostly curious rather than worried at this point.I do have allergies but its mostly sneezing due to fragrances,pollen etc.Is this just a new allergy symptom,poss due to cold weather? obviously you diagnose me but not sure i wanna spend the money yet to get checked out.thanks!View Thread
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