Nose Blood Clots?

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Blood clots can form in the nose for various reasons. Nosebleeds are common and clotting can occur as a result of them. Aside from nosebleeds, blood clots can discharge for the nose or nasal cavity from trauma, medications, or nose injuries as well as from sinus infections. Infection can cause discharge of pus and mucus. Dry air or medications can contribute to nosebleeds, causing a mix of blood with the infection discharge to come out in clumps or clots. Any sores in the nose may come out as clots when they loosen from the tissue and exit the nasal passages. If you experience blood clots discharging from the nose on a regular basis, you should seek medical attention.
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