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Eye discharge when blowing nose

For many months I have had a clear discharge from my right eye when blowing my nose. It only happens when I blow my nose and only affects my right eye. I have seen an ENT in the past and I do have a deviated septum on the right side.  Is this what is causing my eye problem?  My eye also feels kind of itchy most of the time, but it is not bloodshot.  I have mentioned it to the ENT but nothing came of it.  Do you have any ideas?
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no big deal.  there is a thread about this here:

http://www.medhelp.org/forums/EyeCare/messages/1365.html

that patient complained of blowing "air" out of their eye...you are blowing liquid.  but its the same "problem".  totally benign.

ITCHY is the classic OCULAR ALLERGY symptom.  you probably have ocular allergy.
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