By Wendy Wisner, November 19, 2021

Certain environments, medical conditions, and medications can make you more likely to experience a nosebleed in pregnancy, too, explains Kecia Gaither, MD, who is a double board-certified physician in OBGYN and maternal-fetal medicine. “Nosebleeds can occur more frequently with colds, allergies, on a blood thinner, have dry mucus membranes due to cold weather, air-conditioned rooms, or dry environments,” Dr. Gaither says.

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