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Nose always wet and facing headache and fever

Sir, I would like to infrom you that I am working in Oman, and i am facing above said problem about eight months even here doctor check say that have you algeric problem but i am actualy facing too much because my nose always wet inside and nose also soiling little and heavey and eatching and also face like pian sinus . I cont understand my problem if you understand my problem please advoice me proper medcine and how can eat thanks madan 00968-99871855
Asked On : Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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Hi Madan

Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

As your doctor said , you might be really having allergic rhinitis and sinusitis.Consistent sinusitis can have many causes like Deviated nasal septum , fungal sinusitis.

You should get evaluated with an ENT surgeon .If any structural abnormality is found , surgery can help cure the chronic disease.

Take care.
Answered: Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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