I have a sinus infection, Should I be concerned ?
Is it normal to get mucus from your tear duct in your eye when you have a sinus infection ? This one eye also blows out tears or air when blowing my nose normally. Should I be concerned about this one eye ?
How to control the air flow in nose for a trumpet player?
So I am a trumpet player and have been playing for at least 3 years. Within the past year I ve noticed when I blow harder to play louder, I can t keep the air from coming out of my nose or leaking out. I tried also blowing up a balloon but the same result, I just cant keep the air from leaking...
Why do I feel air coming out of my ear?
Hi...I had an itch in my left ear and put my finger in it and a huge pop happened and is painful...the sounds are very loud...I plugged my nose to try and pop it back out and now there is air coming out it...anything I can do now before seeing doctor?
Tears coming out of the eye continuously
Hi, my mother earlier had lots of tears coming from her left eye. I consulted the doctors and they told that its due to the blocking of the passage in the nose. They did the surgery at the left side of the nose just below the eye. But she didn t get cured. Also that wound is not healing and she...
Hi doctor while blowing my nose some blood is cough is coming along what could b the reason%3F
Sometimes the mucosa of the nose dries out with cold and cough , and hence mild bleeding is seen.
Also, rarely, bronchitis or some form of chronic diseases like tuberculosis presents that way.
hypertension also needs to be ruled out.
Please consult an ENT ( ear, nose, throat ) specialist.
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