What Causes Bloody Boogers?


The most common cause of bloody nasal mucous ('boogers') is a break in the blood vessels in the lining of the nostrils. Irritation of these membranes, by anything from excess hard sneezing to getting punched out, is probably at fault.
Q&A Related to "What Causes Bloody Boogers?"
Your blood vesels probbably popped and got over your mucus.
Boogers are mucus (myoo-kuss) Mucus is the thin, slippery material that is found
Not Medical Advice: Bloody discharge can be a sign of a virus that causes cervical dysplasia. See MD.
The medical term for the passage of red or maroon colored stools is "hematochezia." The brighter color of the blood indicates that it may be coming from a source in the
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