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Bad Smell from nose, blocked nose
I have recurring allergies and along with it comes runny nose and blocked nose. What follows is loss of smell and some bad Smell coming from my nose. It is serious? I have been taking montair LC for 5 days. But this makes the mucus thick and hard to drain. Smell doesn't come back unless I am on steroid medication. I have been doing nasal rinse daily and using steroid spray - furamist. Is there any other way to stop this? I want my smell back without having steroids. Please help.
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Physical consult is required.
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You need to be on anti allergic treatment on a regular basis. See an ENT specialist and get one Diagnostic Endoscopy done.
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Since you have nasal allergy, spray would be best option of treatment If foul smell comes and if mucous discharge is thick then it may be an infection
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Consult online for further management guidelines
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