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Clear liquid or water running through the nose on bending. Did not have cold, headache, congestion. What's the cause?

I am 39 years old have not had a cold or anything for more than 2 weeks, nostrils stay dry, no congestion, no stuffy nose , no headache , no neck or head trama, but just starting today when I bend over water or clear liquid runs from my nose??????? can you help me out. Thanks for your time
Asked On : Mon, 12 Mar 2012
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Hello ,

The symptoms which you have described above , goes in favour of a condition called CSF Rhinorrhoea, which is a condition where in the fluid present in between the layers of coverings of brain starts leaking through nose. you will need a contrast CT scan of brain to know the cause of it. You should also consult a ENT surgeon or Neurosurgeon and get yourself evaluated.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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