This Man Kept Having Nose Bleeds For Years…The Reason Had Shocked Doctors
Scientists have long noted the symbiotic connection between the nose and the mouth, both parts of the body used as mechanisms for breathing and the smell of foods necessarily affecting their tastes – and vice versa. Of course, no one could have expected how close one man’s mouth and nose were connected.
For years, a young man in the nation of Saudi Arabia has suffered from recurring nosebleeds that occurred, according to the man, once every month and sometimes even more frequently. He also suffered from tonsillitis that just would never stay away, so he visited medical professionals working in the King Fahd Military Medical Complex. They were shocked to find that the young man had a full tooth growing in his nasal canal. While many people have an extra tooth growing in their mouth, this is the first instance these doctors have seen of an actual tooth in the nose.
Fortunately, the doctors could remove the tooth and the Saudi Arabian man is now making a full recovery as the nosebleeds are gone for good.