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    Can eating too much pork cause your nose to bleed?

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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.Can eating too much pork cause your nose to bleed?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(Can eating too much pork cause your nose to bleed?),it will help you,my kids.




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only if your trying to eat it while its still alive !!!!

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no no no
uh don thin so
yes yes yes!!!!!! just kidding, no
From what I've been told, it is possible, but I dont think that it will make your nose bleed right away. Pork promotes hypertention which nosebleeds are a symptom of
Never heard that one before. No.
don't think so...
never heard of anything like that happening to anyone
WTF? I never heard of such a thing, actually I thought this question was a joke.
who told you that? absolutely not.
some ppl have a tendency to bleed wen they eat things that generate heat . i m a veg n so is all my extended family ... so i m not sure bout pork ... but i know for a fact that we are advised against eating too many dry fruits n nuts at one go coz it can coz bleeding from the nose ... but if pork has similar effects as dry fruits n nuts then i wud say yes
well, if you have high blood pressure, too much pork can raise your b/p more and can cause nosebleeding.
No but smacking your head against a wall will.
Maybe if you stick the rib bone up your nostrils...
Nose-bleeds are generally caused by something completely different and I've never heard that pork or any other sort of meat could cause bleeding.. again, unless you're ingesting the bone in some odd sort of way..
So, you're kidding, right?
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pig meat; pigs feet.. not pig feat!!!
do not try to do that
If you eat so much that it backs up to your nose, there is a good chance you could get a nose bleed.
It sounds like you might have high blood pressure. You may need to go to the doctor and have that checked. Pork is very high in sodium (salt).
Not sure, but you have to be careful with it. Pigs are filthy. They have a worm in them that you have to get the temperatureso hot, it would ash it to get rid of it. yuck.
wont eat. I dont let my kids have it eather.
Actually, I found that pork fat actually helps control nose bleeds!! Wow! ;o)

Nose Bleeds
Try pork fat! One of our readers reports..."YES!!! Pork Fat does work. You can buy it at your local supermarket. It is also called "Salt Pork" or "Fat Back". My daughter had a nose bleed for 5 days straight! Her doctor recommended the Pork fat, of course at first we like "yeah right" but were also feeling a little desperate, (I hadn't seen my daughter's face without tissue stuck up her nose for 5 days) And well, to our amazement, it worked. Her doctor explained that the salt pork contains special enzymes aside from the salt that help cauterize the broken capillaries, the fat adds for easy 'removal'. "
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http://www.itppeople.com/effects.htm
only if your snorting the pork...HA!
Maybe if you hit your nose with a fork while eating it would..sorry jk no I don't think it would.
well maybe. Pork does tend to raise blood pressure.
"Heatiness" in the body sometimes lead to nose bleed (tolerant level in individuals vary); it can be caused by eating 'too much' red meat (not nescessary pork alone), deep fried food and insufficient water intake. During 10-course chinese dinners (menu includes duck, chicken, pork, seafood) i always sip hot chinese tea throughout, or beer to maintain "yin yang" (balance, harmony).
Brillant.where are people's sense of humour gone?
No it definitely will not cause your nose to bleed.




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