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Right nostril congestion, sniffing causes shooting pain in head, heaviness in right side of face, head heaviness. On sedation for colonoscopy. Treatment?

Suddenly I am all congested in my right nostril and everytime I sniff it sends a shooting pain up to my head. The right side of my face feels heavy if that makes any sense. Heavy headed when i lean forward too and feels like my nose is filling up. (I have just had sedation for a colonoscopy this afternoon which could be the heavy head feeling) Any suggestions, feel like im constantly at the doctors lately. Any way I can just self medicate? Thankyou.
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Your symptoms are likely to be due to a sinus congestion. Doing a steam inhalation with few drops of eucalyptus oil will help in relieving the symptoms to a large extent. You can also use nasal decongestants.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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