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Phlegm after eating, blood taste in mouth, rectal bleeding, blurred vision, foul smelling mouth. Advise?

large build up of phlegm after I eat anything. Can taste blood in my mouth occasionly, bleeding from anus noticed in toilet paper occasionly. Spells of light-headedness and blurred vision, happens when standing up but can also happen whilst I'm sitting. Always thirsty, wake up with dry, foul smelling mouth. Constant sweating and pungent smell from armpits.
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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DUE TO CHRONIC SINUSITIS
AS IT PASSES NFECTED MUCUS BACK THERE IS THROAT PROBLEM AND THIS DRIP IRRITAE THE STOMACH MUCOSA AND THERE ARE STOMACH PROBLEMS
AND RECTA PROB;EMS DUE TO DRY GI TRACT
NEED TOTAKE METRONIDAZOLE 200 M BD FOR 10 DAYS TO CLEAR STOMAH AND SINUSES AS THEY ARE FASTER THAN OTHER DRUGS FOR THESE CONDITIONS
TAKE ANTIALLERGIC FEXOFENADINE 120 MG BD
SYP CODEINE AND CPM COMBINATION 1 TSF NIHT
LIQUID ANTACIDS TDS
LOT OF WARM WATER GET XRAY PNS WATERS VIEW TO TO CONFIRM SINUSITIS AND TREAT THEM TO PREVENT FURTHER DAMAGE AND RECURENCES
Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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