I have been sick since the day after Thanksgiving. I have had two ear infections, have taken 3 courses of antibiotics, the last one being Levaquin and Cipro eardrops. I have had a constant runny nose the entire time and recently whenever I blow my nose I have bloody mucus. I also feel congested and am having a hard time hearing. I am also tired a lot, more than usual. I have seen my ENT numerous times and he lately concluded that its my severe allergies and changed my medication but so far no changes. This doesn't seem like my normal allergy symptoms because I am very tired and usually they do not last this long. Any suggestions?
try to get another ENT specialists, my sister got allergies on polllens when she was in elementary and it got worse in her high school days, she breaths through her mouth when she sleeps,she even had asthma that made her look even more pity, Her then boss got well with the same situation by suction. Just 2 years ago, my sister went to a very good doctor, it was her growing polyps in her nose that made her suffer. after the operation, it was not cancerous and she breaths comfortably with her nose now. The same with my co-employee who undergo the same operation just this week.
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