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What causes sores in nose and red swollen eyes in children ? How can they be treated ?

nose sore nasty taste drainage in mouth and swollen painful eye My 4yr old son had Sore in nose that split wont heal had nasty taste come in in mouth that made him almost and want to vomit now his right eye is red and swollen and hurts in the corner side closest! to nose what could be wrong with him what can i do to make it better?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Thanks for query,
Your son might have acute allergic rhinitis giving rise to all symptoms.
Give him some decongstant and antibiotc syrup.
Put some antibiotic eye drops.
Give him rest.
Avoid fried ans junk food.
ok and bye.
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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He needs to be looked at by the Ophthalmologist for effective treatment of the infected portion of the eye which is draining into the nose causing the bad taste. He probably has infection and inflammation of the duct connecting the eye and nose called Dacrocystitis. The pus from the eye escapes into the nose and throat causing the discharge and bad taste. You can keep him well hydrated, probably not take a chance with treating him by yourself, best care can be offered by an Ophthalmologist.
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