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    Nasal discharge
    An_252809 posted:
    Dear doctor,

    I don't know what is happening in the right side of my nose because it releasing a fluid with blood sometimes color light yellow green and sometimes color orange and why it is always releasing with a bit of blood? I visited a doctor and gave me clindamycin and decolsin because my right nostril is inflamed. After a week, the. Medicines not worked so another doctor meet me and said maybe i should go to the ENT doctor e And gave me the spray named sodium chloride (muconase) because my nostril is inflamed.

    My questions are

    Q1: why it is always releasing a fluid with a bit of blood after i spray my two nostrils using sodium chloride (muconase).

    Q2: everyday it is releasing 2 or 3 times per day. Why? Im always spraying my nostrils everyday

    Q3: Is the nasal discharge curable with the spray??

    I need your respond soon as possible

    Thanks doctor..

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