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Have swollen eyelid. Diagnosed as allergy. Taken antihistamine. Noticed blood in nose. What's wrong?

I have a swollen eyelid and it has been reoccuring for three months. I have consulted an EENT docotr and his dignosis was merely an allergy . Thus i was taking an antihistamine for medication . But still it reoccurs after a week. Just this week, I noticed a blood in my nose whenever i blow. What is wrong with me? please help me.
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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signs of sinuses as the euye is also involved in sinuses there is [pressure in eyes
and blood is sign of sinusitis
you can now start with metronidazole 200 mg for 7 day to counter infection if any
take fexofenadine 120 mg bd
apply neomycin h eye ointment in nose bd
you can also apply on swollen lid
2 drops of sea water in each nose at night
anti allergic eye drops in eye
mefanic acid tab for fever or pain
3 wk
get xray pns waters view and treat to precent further recurence
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