Cancers in the nose are one possible — albeit rare — reason why nosebleeds do not clot and keep on flowing, according to WebMD. Anomalous blood vessels, liver disease and the use of blood thinners also lead to ongoing no... More »

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Rarely, cancers in the nose can result in nosebleeds, explains WebMD. Patients with acute promyelocytic leukemia, a form of acute myeloid leukemia, may also develop nosebleeds due to a decrease in the body's blood-clotti... More »

An uncomplicated nosebleed can be treated with pressure to the nostrils and the application of an ice pack to the bridge of the nose, explains Drugs.com. A person suffering a nosebleed should sit with his head up and sli... More »

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Rarely, cancers in the nose can result in nosebleeds, explains WebMD. Patients with acute promyelocytic leukemia, a form of acute myeloid leukemia, may also develop nosebleeds due to a decrease in the body's blood-clotti... More »

Symptoms of nasal cancer include congestion and stuffiness that never improve or that get worse, nosebleeds, pus from the nose and numbness in some regions of the face, according to the American Cancer Society. Other sym... More »

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Symptoms of paranasal sinus and nasal cavity tumors include persistent sinus congestion, nosebleeds, double vision, a nonhealing sore inside the nose and pain in the ear and upper teeth, according to the National Cancer ... More »

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Symptoms of nasal cavity cancer and paranasal sinus cancer include chronic congestion, recurring infections of the sinuses, headaches and recurring nosebleeds, according to Cancer.net. While many of these symptoms can be... More »

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