I have bad sinuses at the moment and the mucus is slighly yellow/green which i presume is infection - usually im very snotty but its clear
im getting pain in my upper jaw and lower jaw and around my cheek area- is this to do with sinus pain?
at night im completly congested when i lie down - i wake up during the night coughing and sometime wheezing ( i have ashtma) is it do with heating ? or the temperature changing to cold when heating goes off during the night?
i go to sleep extremly snotty and in the morning my nose is dried out and so i have to use a saline spray to get it moisterised
i have seen a small polyp up at the top my nose (this is the feeling of blowing yoru nose but something is stuck there)
can someone pls advise as im feeling very fed u with this constant feeling of having cold like symptons !
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