ER doctor used an inflated balloon to stop a nosebleed, when the usual packing didnt work.
While balloon was inserted and kept there for 9 hours til we could see an ENT, he had burning in his eye on that side, accompanied with throbbing in the sinus and teeth on that side Even though the ENT removed it and then cautarized , he still has the burny eye and tooth throb, since then.
Will this subside or did it create a new problem?
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