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Had blood with sputum and pimple in nose. Now swelling and pain. Reason?

hi doctor. last week i had blood with sputum & a pimple inside my nose followed with severe pain. i got rid of this this week start. But now i have two pimples inside my nose with swelling & heavy pain. I would like to have a pin killer as i could not bear the pain. The pimple cant be reached with my hand & i feel feverish now. Please suggest me some tablets Nirmal
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM.
you seem to be having folliculitis of the nostril.
being in the danger area of the face , you need appropriate treatment under medical supervision.
how old are you? do you have diabetes?

would suggest a visit to your doctor to confirm the diagnosis. till then can start tablet combiflam or other household pain killers thrice a day, and cloxacillin capsules 500 mg 3 times by mouth.
be guided byu your doctors' advice.
keep me posted on your progress.
Answered: Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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