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Have a history of sinus problems, sinusitis, allergies & infections. Mucus will be blood tinged, sometimes pink in color and sometimes not. Concerned?

Hello, I have a history of sinus problems, sinusitis, allergies & infections. Recently when I blow my nose the mucus will be blood tinged, sometimes pink in color and sometimes not. I also sometimes have little clots when I blow my nose. I have also had some shortness of breath on occasion. Just wanted to get some advice, thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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SINUSES ALLERGIES EVER GO AUTOMATICALLY YOU HAVE TO TREAT IT
THGEE ARE ALLERGIES AND ALLERGIES GOES ON INCREASING AND THERE ISPOST NASAL DRIP WHICH GOES BACK AND INVOLVES THE CHEST CAUSES SHORTNESS OF BREATH
AND BLEEDING IS ALSO SIGN OF SINUSITIS
IT IS ALLERGIC SO GET XRAY PNS DONE AND CONSULT ALLERGEOLOGIST TO TREAT ALLERGIES SO THAT THEY DONOT RECUR AGAIN
FOR TIME BEING YOU CAN USE ANTIALLEGICS ALLEGRA ONCE A DAY AND FEXOFENADINE ONCE A DAY
SYP PIRITON 1/2 TSF NIGHT
TAKE ANTACID ALSO
APPLY NEOSPORIN H EYE OINTMENT IN NOSE BD
SEA WATER DROPS 2 DROPS IN EACH NOSE NIGHT
YOU CAN CONTINUE OR TAKE OFF AND ON FOR 7 DAYS BUT FOR CURE YOU HAVE TO CONSULT THE SPECIALIST
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