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Nosebleed,head ache,faringitis,hot and cold flushes,sinus.

I had a nosebleed earlier on when I woke up after blowing my nose I just had another one during my bath. I have a dull pain at the front of my head. I recently had faringitis but its gone now however I now have hot and cold flushes slight shivering headaches and blocked nose and sinus s. The past few days each morning when I wake up I feel physically sick what s wrong with me?
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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Since you are having blocked nose with headache ,it looks to be acute sinusitis.The forceful blowing of nose might have bled because of sinusitis however,you must get your blood pressure and diabetes checked up.
Regular steam inhalation 3 times a day with hot oral liquids and nasal decongestants for few days should help you out.
Avoid cold drinks.
If you don't get alright in a weeks time then you must consult a doctor for proper examination and treatment.
Answered: Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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