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Blood in sputum, headache. Using inhaler and allergy medication. What is the treatment?

Sir, My age 24 female .the Last two years often very small amount blood comes through the sputum in the morning not regluarly. i did check ups 2 or three times.they says that it may be due to some cold seasons. .before 2months ago i had cough and small breathing problem i took medicines and i used inhaler also.that problem also cured.In the past two weeks i had a horrible head ache on the left side only. with that all part of left side upto neck is painful. left mouth left eye,left head,left nose.when that starts it will last for almost 6-8 hrs. i consult an ENT docotr.He says it may be due to some allergic resons and i took medicines too.On yesterday evening i had head ache and blooded sputum coming through the mouth 7times and a small amount of blood coming through nose too once.what should i do?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hello sachu ,
From the description of your disease it appears that blood was coming not from your lung , but from the back of your nose or the sinuses.
During sleep this blood would be collected in throat and coughed out on waking up.
Probably you are having bacterial or fungal infection of the sinuses ( paranasal sinuses) on left side. it is causing pain on left eye, nose , forehead.
You will require treatment with antibiotics and nasal drops that will help open up the sinus openings.
The disease can be confirmed by proper examination of nasal cavity , by xray of sinuses , or by nasal endoscopy.
Sometimes CT scan of sinuses will be required.
You will require treatment fro an ENT surgeon.
Sometimes minor surgical procedure may be required to remove pus from sinuses.

Also investigate for risk factors like diabetes
Answered: Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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