Nose bleeds in young children are commonly caused by knocks, nose-picking, and objects being inserted into the nose.
If the nose bleed is caused by an injury, always check with a doctor as the child's nose could be broken.
Quite often though, a nose bleed may just happen for no apparent reason - the blood just starts to drip.
Why? How should you help? And what can you do to prevent recurrence?
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