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How to cure runny nose during pregnancy?

Ive had a consistenly runny nose since i fell pregnant over 3 years ago. To the point where i am going through a box of tissues in 5 days. It now seems that i have formed a callus on the inside of my nose. It lightly bleeds every morning and the runnyness of the snort prevents it from healing! Should i got to my dr and get a referal to an ENT? I have tried steriod nasal spray which didnt do anything
Mon, 25 Mar 2019
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Hi,

You should get yourself physically examined by an ENT. Get all the blood test, X-ray PNS done to rule out sinusitis. Running nose can also be due to infection, allergic conditions, hypersensitivity to dust/pollution.

Doing steam inhalation can be very relieving. Take ht drinks & rest adequately, stay hydrated. You should keep your doctor informed about your pregnancy so that proper medications may be given to you.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.
     
Regards,
Dr. Nupur K,
General & Family Physician
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How to cure runny nose during pregnancy?

Hi, You should get yourself physically examined by an ENT. Get all the blood test, X-ray PNS done to rule out sinusitis. Running nose can also be due to infection, allergic conditions, hypersensitivity to dust/pollution. Doing steam inhalation can be very relieving. Take ht drinks & rest adequately, stay hydrated. You should keep your doctor informed about your pregnancy so that proper medications may be given to you. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Nupur K, General & Family Physician