Objective: To find out the frequency, prevalence, and epidemiological aspects of the adenoidectomy bleeding and share the new ordinary procedure to manage it by spongstan with the nasopharyngeal pack. Study Design: Cohort retrospective study. Setting: Academic tertiary care hospitals. Subject and Methods: A total of 23 adenoidectomy children’s demographic data collection and analyzed who suffered from complications of bleeding in the department of Otolaryngology and Head-Neck Surgery, Comilla Medical College Hospital, and Comilla Medical Centre, concerned Clinic of Central Medical College from 01 July 2016 to 31 June 2019. Results: Incidence of adenoidectomy bleeding among total operative patients was 0.32%, adenoidectomy-Tonsillectomy patients 2.66%, and the yearly prevalence of 33.35%. Off them, the male was 09 (39.17%), and the female 14 (60.87%), 11-15 years children have highest bleeding complications was 17 (73.91%), commonest presenting features was nasal obstruction (91.30%), mouth breathing (82.61%), and hearing loss (78.26%).