Flu For Up To 3 Months Accompanied By Headaches, Sore Cheeks And Nasal Mucus Are Brown?
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Colds that don't go away can indicate a disease, including:
- Sinusitis: inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining the sinus cavity. Can cause pain around the eyes / nose / cheeks, and produce yellowish mucus.
- Allergies: allergens to an allergen (things that trigger allergies), such as house dust mites, pet dander, etc.
- Vasomotor rhinitis: occurs when blood vessels in the nose dilate or carry, can be triggered by air pollution, cigarette smoke, alcohol, stress, etc.
- Nasal polyps: symptoms in the form of nasal congestion, runny nose, and mucus that runs into the back of the throat (postnasal drip), pain around the face and teeth, nosebleeds, to disturbance of the sense of smell and sense of taste.
- and others.
To find out the cause of your complaint more clearly, you should consult with a doctor. So that doctors can conduct interviews and direct examinations to find out the cause of your complaint.
Here's what you can do at home: avoid cigarette smoke / smoking, avoid alcoholic beverages, avoid allergic triggers if you have allergies, manage stress well, get enough rest, consume enough water, do regular exercise.
If you feel great headaches, heavy bleeding from the nose, go to the doctor right away.
Thank you, hope that helps.