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Pregnant, cold, bright yellow nasal discharge with green mucus, nose bleeds. Cause of worry?

I have had a cold for the last 2 weeks. I developed the cold right around the time I discovered that I m pregnant. I haven t taken anything because I know not to so it is taking sometime for this cold to go away. Tonight while blowing my nose, I noticed a very bright yellow liquid mixed in with the thick greenish mucus . Later, I felt like I was having a nose bleed but it was actually yellow liquid dripping from my left nostril . Should I be worried?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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HI i have gone through your mail and I came to know that you are having rhinitis with epistaxsis,since you are pregnant and if you are not taking any medication than you may develop some complications like pneumonitis etc which will be harmfull to your health and also for child in your womb.Thus you are advice to consult your gyne doctor for getting few safe medicines as per your need.Thanks.
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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