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Stuffed nose, cough. Recovering from influenza. Pain and lump in the eye. Any idea what is going on?

I have been sick for over a month. I got influenza b .. about a week ago I finally started feeling better, Now my nasal area is stuffed and I have a nasty cough ... to top that off my left eye started to hurt I been putting drops no relief decided to finally take a better look at the eye to see a clear raised bump on the white part.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you have thickened nasal secretions/crusting after an episode of acute respiratory infection.. it happens when you dont take treatment completely and with dehydration, see your ENT surgeon for prescription of drops which smootens and removes thse crusts..
you have papilli in the sclera of the eye, it could be the co-manifestation of viral infection..
see your ophthalmologist for the eye drops with antibiotics and steriods..
all the very best
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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