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Woke up blocked nose when I blew it, it bleed It was hot during the night. What can cause a nose bleed.

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How to stop nosebleeding

Decide the cause of the nose bleed
If it follows a blow to the head and the blood is thin and watery it could indicate leakage from the brain.
Fresh bright red blood would indicate a ruptured blood vessel in the nostril.
Sit the patient down
Lean the head forward to allow the nostrils to drain.
Breathe through the mouth
Pinch the nostrils to stem the flow, keeping the head leaning forward.
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Nose bleeds when blowing it

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What should you do when someone has a nosebleed?

Sit the person down whose nose is bleeding and get them to bend their head slightly forward. Get them to pinch their nose just below the bridge and to hold it here for ten minutes. If it's still bleeding after that - pinch for another ten minutes. Usually most nosebleeds stop by themselves but if a nosebleed has gone on for an hour, medical treatment should be sought.

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Having trouble bleeding the clutch cylinder can you help ?

Start at the master cylinder on the handlebars and crack the banjo bolt loose first. Bleed the line there, just like you would at the slave cylinder. Break the bolt loose about 1/4 turn while holding the lever in. Tighten the bolt back up and pump the lever again, hold it and break the bolt loose 1/4 turn. Keep doing this till you do not get air out of the system, just fluid, then move down the clutch line to the next fitting and bleed it there the same way. Work your way back down to the slave cylinder finally bleeding it at the bleeder valve. You should now have hydraulic pressure all the way through the system when you pull the lever. If you want to test it. wrap a rag around the rubber clutch line a few times and pinch it off with a pair of needle nose pliers. Now try to pull the lever. If it gets hard instantly, you don't have air in the lines. If it is hard then, and the clutch STILL doesn't work, you have other problems than air in the lines.

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