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Why do I have watery eyes and running nose in the morning ?

In the mornings, my left eye waters a lot, but goes away by mid-morning. Also my left nostril is always running . I m 55, and my father had problems with watering eyes in the morning.
Asked On : Sat, 24 Mar 2012
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it seems from your description that u have an allergic rhinitis problem in your left nostril which secondarily leads to watering from your left eye. Our tear drains out through the middle part of the nose, if the nose gets blocked the tear cant drain out and it starts watering eyes. You can take some anti allergic tablet like ALLEGRA (120 mg ) as 1 tab at bedtime for 5 days and NASIVION nasal drop ( 1 drop each nostril 2- 3 times) daily for 5- 7 days. You can check out with an ENT specialist if it does not get resolved. Once the nasal blockage is clear, watering from the eyes will stop by itself.
For your father u can check for the same.
take care
Answered: Sat, 24 Mar 2012
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