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Can a bad nosebleed cause a migraine?

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Can a bad nosebleed cause a migraine?

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There is no clinically proven explanation between migraine and nosebleed yet. Nosebleed is cause by a burst in blood in the very thin skin membrane in our nostrils. A sudden impact can cause the capillaries to break and the very thin skin beneath.

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