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Runny nose, pus like discharge with some blood, fever. Is fever normal ?

Hi,doctor,today morning,i had short runny nose ,the time i hardly to push my content from the nose,the appearance of the content shocked me,first,the content like pus(is ok for me,because this few days i have fever ,but,now,already relieved),second,inside the content,i saw some blood inside the content?Is it consider normal symptom of fever?
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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Thanks for writing your query.
Blood mixed nasal discharge can occur in Rhinitis or runny nose. It can be due to bleeding of some small blood vessels in the nasal cavity. You should not worry about it. Take antihistamines with decongestants after getting yourself examined by an ENT specialist. Use saline nasal drops as it prevents dryness of the nasal cavity.
If excess bleeding occurs use of ice application will help and contact Emergency department.
I hope this is useful to you.
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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