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Hi If you think its TB, have a read through this link, its from the UK's NHS packed with info and symptoms.http://www.nhs...
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Recurrent nosebleeds may need to have the nose chemically cauterized at the bleeding site, otherwise she should avoid picking her nose, use a saline...
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The best way to clear mucous from your nose is to first, liquefy (use saline nasal spray), and then gently blow your nose --- one side at a time, by...
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It can help. I also have OSA and use saline nasal spray just before bed and try to clear mucous from my nasal airway. My CPAP only covers my nose, so...
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Your first step is to SEE an ENT specialist for a thorough examination of your nasal airway. Obstructions, like polyps, can be surgically managed. If...
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Hi Have you thought its hay fever? and tried any meds for that?Good LuckPS Hay fever can start at anytime of life.
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tRY A MUCOliD OR THE GENERIC. REGULAR robutussin contains this. (same thing)  Drink with plenty of waterIf you develop a fever or the mucus...
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I had that in my mouth and it was blood.See your doctor.
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Don't worry! you are absolutely fine, you most likely have a run-of-the-mill sore throat. Naeglaria Fowleri are exceedingly rare, and the odds of...
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I get nosebleeds like that to. I'm sure its because of a busted artery or vein. Go get checked out by a doctor if it bothers you. Unless you have...
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Could just be your eyes getting used to the new perscription. Usually will take about a week to fully adjust. If the nose pain continues i would...
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No....a splash in your nose will NOT cause drowning. You have asked this question several times and it has been answered.
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Hi, Your problem for one really needs to be looked at with some therapy, its your only to get relief from your problem of laryngospasm. Laryngospasm...
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Hi Sorry not the doc but what goes up comes down again its as simple as that.But if you having problems like that you really some therapy, you must...
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Hi Just wash it out your be fine.Good Luck
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