Often Viscous Discharge And Accompanied By Blood When Sneezing?
Afternoon. Sorry I want to ask. I have long felt my sputum often come out if I sneeze in or in the morning. I just realized about 2 months. Usually when I sneeze, sometimes clear sputum comes out. When I try to touch the texture like slime (children’s toys) but not as thick as slime. If it’s morning, the color is also like that, it’s just bigger than the result of the sneezing sputum. And these past 2 weeks, I have been busy with college assignments that have drained me a lot of my sleep, and I have started feeling unwell since yesterday and today I accidentally saw my sputum turn a little yellowish with the blood spots I had experienced 2 times in the day this. Previously I also had a history of asthma, typhus and ulcer. If there is no disease from hereditary history. I want to know, is there any connection between this sputum with my history of illness or my daily activities or are there other symptoms due to this complaint? Please explain. thank you
Thank you for using the HealthReplies.com consulting service. Previously it is necessary to know more complete information relating to complaints that you feel. Do you have a history of allergies, frequent sneezing in the morning, and other symptoms such as discharge from the nose or nasal congestion due to changes in temperature or dust exposure. If so, chances are you have a tendency towards allergic rhinitis. Allergic rhinitis can be characterized by frequent sneezing especially in the morning and runny nose or thick, clogged and itchy discharge. Allergic rhinitis is related to asthma. Asthma tends to be experienced by people who have atopic talent. Atopy is a condition or talent of a person suffering from an allergic disease. Allergies are inherited from parents who also have a history of atopy. Sometimes the form of atopy between family members is different.
In addition, physical and psychological stress factors and fatigue can also trigger your complaints. Other factors such as sneezing that is too hard, and friction or pressure in the nose can also trigger bleeding to occur. Please note that in the nasal cavity there are capillaries that are fragile or prone to rupture when there are stimuli from the outside.
You do not need to worry, by avoiding allergens / allergens and reducing stress and excessive activity can reduce the complaints you feel. Try to get enough rest, reduce time to stay up and avoid excessive caffeine. Take a multivitamin to support your immune system if necessary. In addition, try to ascertain the disorder you are experiencing by doing a direct examination to the nearest doctor so that the exact cause can be known. Treatment can be given if needed based on the discovery of known causes. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps