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Suggest treatment for stuffy/bloody nose and watery eyes during pregnancy

I am 25 weeks pregnant. I get stuffy noses all the time and bloody noses on a nightly basis. My eyes are constantly watering too. It's disrupting my sleep and causing me to be very sleepy during the day and cough a lot. What can I do to make this better?
                                                  
Tue, 2 Feb 2016
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Hello dear,
I understand your concern.
In my opinion your symptoms suggest upper respiratory tract infection.

Stuffy nose might be due to allergy or infection.

If the cough is associated with altered sputum then it suggests mostly the infection.

You might need a course of antibiotics and decongestants.

Avoid chill items and foods which cause you allergy.

It will subside.Take plenty of fluids preferably lukewarm water.


I would like you to consult a ENT specialist for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

But nothing to worry.
Hope this helps.
Best regards...Dr.Srilatha
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Suggest treatment for stuffy/bloody nose and watery eyes during pregnancy

Hello dear, I understand your concern. In my opinion your symptoms suggest upper respiratory tract infection. Stuffy nose might be due to allergy or infection. If the cough is associated with altered sputum then it suggests mostly the infection. You might need a course of antibiotics and decongestants. Avoid chill items and foods which cause you allergy. It will subside.Take plenty of fluids preferably lukewarm water. I would like you to consult a ENT specialist for accurate diagnosis and treatment. But nothing to worry. Hope this helps. Best regards...Dr.Srilatha