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Blood mucus from nose & throat at mrning
From last 8-10 days, I have a problem when I clear my throat in morning like “akkkk" and spit I see very little blood drop in mucus. Also I whenever try to clearing my nose, it seems some blood drop in nasal mucus. But it only happens once in morning and don't happen in whole day. But if I take some spicy food and for spicynes I have to clear my nose or throat, then some blood drop in mucus. But it happens once a day or two times a day forcefully. But I have no cough or any problem. But I have too much cold therefore I have to clear my nose and throat. If I forcefully clear that, after 4-5 times there's some drop of blood in mucus. I am really anxious with that problem. I also don't have any chest pain or any coughing problem.
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Don't blow the nose and cough forcefully. Get done physical examination once.
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There may be sinusitis with sino-nasal polyps. Get a direct nasal endoscopy
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Avoid blowing of nose Use oxy nasal spray
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