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Blood in sputum
I got first time blood in sputum after keeping lemon drops in my nose as i have covid symptoms that time three months back..from that time i have frequent sore thoart,pain but it is ok now..bt when i drink lemon soda or salted things like glucose water thoart is getting irritated and very little blood is coming from thoart..went to ent used medication and done endoscopy normal prblm is detected...what could the problem??
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Hi, keeping lemon drops in the nose will not help in covid symptoms except eroding the soft mucosa of the nose. Regarding your other symptoms, we need many more details to arrive at a conclusive diagnosis to treat accordingly.
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Needed detailed history.. you can take my appointment here on practo.
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Hi detailed history needed
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Need more details about your condition , kindly go for a consultation
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