Bleeding-Bleeding from Orifices: its causes and first aid treatment
Site Appearance of blood Causes
Anus – Fresh, bright red. – Injury to anus, fissure hemorrhoids.
Ear – Black, tarry, foul. Fresh, bright red Thin, watery – Bleeding in upper bowel, Injury to ear, Skull fracture.
Mouth – Bright red, frothy, Red or dark reddish- black-Bleeding form lungs. Bleeding from digestive system
Nose – Thin, watery. – Injury to nose. Skull fracture.
Urethra – Smoky urine Frank blood. – Kidney bleeding. Bleeding from kidney or bladder
Vagina – Fresh or dark – Bleeding from uterus or vagina