A female asked:
i used a neti pot and after i used it i was spitting up a little from what went to the back of my throat and when i spit a little blood came out ?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Thomas Mcgowan answered
Specializes in Family Medicine
Irritation: A small amount of blood from using a spray or netti pot can happen just from irritation from the pressure of the saline or from direct contact from the tube. I f it is only a small amount, it is fine, if it is persistent, go see a doctor.
Answered on Oct 16, 2014
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