MEDFORD, Ore.-- Nosebleeds are a fairly common medical issue.
While most of the time they're nothing to worry about, they can sometimes indicate a more serious problem.
Kristin Filer with Providence Medford Medical Center explains what you should do if you get one and when it could be time to see a doctor.
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