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Pregnant. Night sweats, yellow mucus in nose, rashes. Help?

Two years ago become pregnant, then around my eight month the gum around my wisdom tooth opened up a little, finally it healed weeks later. Had my baby three months later i had yellow dried minus in one nostril every morning i wake up. Then i kept getting nice sweats, no fever but my body constantly feels hot. It has been two years now and im still having yellow minus in nose. Sometimes sweat at night not often. But my body is always hot. A month ago my body broke out in rash under breast , neck, and sides of my stomach. Now my tongue it gets white , i brush it goes away but comes back in morning . Yellow and clear minus between nose and throat. I am constantly clearing my throat. ???
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Better to consult ENT surgeon once and get examined to find out the possibilities like sinusitis or throat infection.
According to your description there could be some sub-clinical form of infection in the body, which is causing inflammatory reactions.
So after consultation you can possibly get relief from your symptoms.
If you are breast feeding the baby, mention that before prescribing the antibiotics.

Take care.
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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