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Swollen nose and shortness of breath
My father was suffering from Covid 19 1-2 month back . Had treatment of Covid at hospital for 33-34 days due to Oxygen issue . Currently having spo2 level of 85 avg at home without Oxygen from outside . Same is given if required when lower as directed by doc . Currently since few days he is facing a bit of issue near his nose where he feels like swollen near left nose and not able to take long breath . Same is normal of used nosal spray otrivin oxy . Or use Vicks inside nose (same directed by doc). That gives relaxation for a few hours . But again it's same . Pls guide for same so that he can have a bit normal long breath for recovering . Also attaching photo of his face if required.
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Is he a diabetic. Take steam inhalation daily for few days. Consult online.
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