first,, welcome to hw and the bp forum! nice to have you here!
each perrson reacts uniquely to any given meication. all medicins are poisons which cause our bodies to react in given ways. the ways in which we react to the poison is unique. there are commonalities, or reactions that are common. these are the ones listed on the papers that smiler mentioned.
there are other reactions which are not as common. i've been on lithium for several yrs with the only side effect being temmors in my hands. small price to pay for being relatively stable. i've never heard of nosebleed being a side effect. tht statment and six bits might buy you a cup of coffee.
we aren't drs, and most of us don't even play one on tv. ask your dr. he/she can provide competent advice. your dr is also suppposed to report ths side effect so that the drug canbe monitored. lithium has been used for more yrs than most of us have been aive, so i doubt if this is a "new" or unexpected side effect. it may only be an "unusual" reaction.
hope this helps.
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