A 20-year-old female asked:
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cough, sinus infection, blood in back of throat, lump on side of neck, fluid in ear, going on 3 weeks, seen 2 docs, just finished omniflex, no better?

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Dr. Martin Raff
55 years experience Infectious Disease
ENT: You might try a decongestant, and saline nasal irrigation with a neti-pot. This sounds like it may be viral or allergic, but without seeing you there is no way in which to know. It has been long enough to warrant a third opinion if you have not yet been seen by an ENT specialist. Go and be seen, diagnosed and managed appropriately.
Answered on Dec 13, 2019
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Dr. Martin Raff commented
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You should check out the options for insurance under the Affordable Care Act if you are eligible and your state permits it. Or go to a clinic or to a University hospital near you.
Apr 7, 2014

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