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My Child Is Vomiting Blood

Vomiting is a symptom that occurs often in young children, especially when they have the stomach flu. In most cases, episodes of vomiting should pass within 24 hours, but if vomiting continues or your child is vomiting blood, contact your pediatrician. Vomiting blood is not always a symptom of a serious medical problem, but it needs to be evaluated by a health care professional.

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How to Treat a Nose Bleed in Toddlers

Nosebleeds occur for a variety of reasons during the childhood years. Because the blood vessels are so close to surface inside the nose, bleeding can easily occur. Colds and allergies sometimes cause nosebleeds because the vessels are enlarged. An injury to the nose is another common childhood source of nosebleeds. Seeing blood gush from your child’s nose often causes alarm. Many nosebleeds are treatable at home, but more severe bleeding might warrant a trip to the doctor.

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Makeup to Wear With Rosacea

Rosacea can leave your skin red and irritated. In mild cases, you may simply look pink-cheeked or flushed, but more severe rosacea may cause acne like bumps, flaking and visible blood vessels. Makeup, properly chosen and applied, can help you to hide the symptoms of rosacea and may improve your self-confidence.

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Treatment of Hemorrhoids in Pregnancy

Hemorrhoids are varicose veins, which are enlarged blood vessels, of the rectum. Pregnancy aggravates the problem of enlarged blood vessels due to blood volume expansion and the hormones that increase relaxation of the muscles. In late pregnancy, the weight of the uterus and the baby worsen hemorrhoids by increasing the pressure on the blood vessels. Hemorrhoids can either bulge out of the anus or stay inside the anal opening. You may not be able to get rid of hemorrhoids during pregnancy, but you can decrease their discomfort using a variety of techniques.