Sinus infection also called sinusitis, is inflammation of the paranasal sinuses that may occur when having an infection, allergy or autoimmune issues. Discuss topics including causes, symptoms and treatments for sinusitis.
I moved into an awful house in September with plenty of water damage which led to mold, it had a dirt basement, and there were mice everywhere, and feces all over the counters from the little critters. I had sinusitis from the end of September until January when I moved out. I had chronic migraines, sinus troubles, and blood in my sinuses. Ever since I moved and the sinusitis ended, I have had a constant watery run from my nose. It's not like mucus. It's just like water. My only other symptom at present is that I have had blood come out when I blow my nose, and I would get bloody noses when exposed to moisture. I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced this? Any ideas what's going on?
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