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Vomiting blood. Severe cough, lower back pain. Blood test normal. Any advice?

Threw up sunday. There was blood in my vomit. Coughed up blood tuesday and friday morning. When this happened, i hadnt been coughing continuously. i just happened to cough and the blood came out. the first time it wasnt as much as the second time. The blood filled the palm of my hand the second time. Throat sore. Lower back pain. Front of head pain. Stomach feels like about to catch cramps. No fever. Dizziness. Upper back of thighs catch cramps. Had x ray done in emergency room and blood work done. Both were fine. What could this be?
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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ACUTE SINUSITIS AND BLEEDING FROM SINUSES IS LIKE THAT AS INFECTION OF SINUSES CAUSES THRAOT PROBLEM BLEEDING AND ERD IN STOMACH LEADIN TO SYMPTOMPS EXPAINED Y YOU
GET XRAY PNS WATERS VIW TO CONFIRM
NEED TO TAKE METRONIDAZOLE 200 MG BD FOR 10 DAYS TO CLEAR SINUS AND STOMACH AS THIS CLEAR SINUSES FASTER THAN OTHER MEDICINES
TAKE MONTELUCAST 10 M BD
SYP CODEINE +CPM COMBINATION 1 TSF NIHT
LIQUID ANTACID TDS
AND MILD ANALGESIC SOS FOR PAIN
CONTINUE 3 WEEK
AND GET FURTHER TREATMENT TO LEAR SINUSES AS THEY RECUR AFTER TIME AND TIME
Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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