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Sinus pressure, fluid in ears, blood clots behind throat, headache. Cure for symptoms?

I have had severe sinus pressure for 4 months, along with fluid in my ears, this morning I woke choking on blood clots in the back of my throat , but after expelled the pressure was gone. I got a headache and took something for that. Tonight the pressure is ling is this going to go on? What can make it finally stop?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to H.C.M. for your query.

I have gone through your clinical history regarding your sinus disease for last 4 months and fluid in ears. You have also given history of headache. On morning you find blood clot in your thrat which you spit out.

Considering all aspect of your complaints it is clear that you are suffering from chronic sinusitis with recurrent pharyngitis and secretory otitis media both ears. To manage it you should do these investigations-
(a) C.T.scan of paranasal sinuses.
(b) Culture and sensitivity of throat swab and nasal swab.
(c) X-Ray chest P.A.view.
(d) Audiometery- Pure tone & Impedance.
(e) Blood - CBC, ESR, blood sugar- F. & P.P.
(f) Urine - Routine & Microscopic.

After one should like to do examination of ear and nose and clinically co-relate with results of investigations to make final diagnosis and treatment to be plan out accordingly.

With regards.
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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