Treatment for internal bleeding
Put the patient to bed, and keep him lying flat. If he tends to vomit, turn his head to one side. If the bleeding is coming from the pelvis or abdomen, fill a plastic bag with crushed ice and gently lay it over the area where you think the blood is coming from. If the patient seems thirsty, give him a few small pieces of crushed ice.
If the bleeding is coming from vagina or rectum, elevate the foot of the bed about 18 inches. You can do this by raising the foot of the bed and placing it on an ordinary straight chair.
If bleeding is occurring from the nose keep the patient upright in a comfortable position, with the head held back. Apply pressure to the side of nose that is bleeding.
If the patient is pregnant, do not let her move around any more than absolutely necessary.
As bleeding from any part of the body may prove to be serious; therefore, unless the bleeding is quickly brought under control, the patient may collapse and die. In any case, call the doctor or take the patient to the emergency department at once.