I just had watery yellow liquid gush out of my nose uncontrollably! I'm just getting over the flu that wiped me out for 5 days. Horrible flu symptoms: fever, severe headaches, body aches, dry throat, slight cough, chills, sweats, sensitive to light. It was awful, but I was feeling better and cleaning up and when I bent over this yellow liquid poured out of my nose! Surprised, I stood up and blew my nose, nothing but a little clear mucus. So I bent over to see and again the pale yellow liquid just gushed out. This really freaked me out. I've never had this happen before. Maybe just some sinuses draining? It was a few tablespoons worth of liquid. Any ideas?
get a scan done on your face (look primarily at your cheeks)and you will see that you have mucous build up. See an ear, nose, and throat specialist. You will need to have an operation to have it drained. It is day surgery, although depending on how you react to the anisthetic you could be in overnight. I had the same thing happen to me, I had it fixed, and 2 years later, it is back again.
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