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Running nose

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  • Posted By: Maysun
  • February 14, 2007
  • 09:41 PM

Is there anything that helps with a running nose? I have it when I eat, doesn't matter whether it is hot or cold, when there is a (little) temperature change, when I cry of course...When I go outside and I have cycled a little bit and stop then my nose starts running very bad.

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  • Have you been checked for congestive heart failure????
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 18, 2007
    • 00:54 AM
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  • Have you been checked for congestive heart failure???? No? What could that have to do with it? They listened to my heart several times but didn't find any disabilities, so didn't do any more research. (even though I went to the doctor when I was 16 because I got tired easily and it started with my heart -> beating very fast during and after physicial instrinuation, especially right after the moment I stopped instrinuating myself.) All the symptoms looked like a bad condition: excessive sweating, *****d up temperature regulation, heart beating (sometimes my heart seemed/seems to get 'out of place' and it feels like it stops, but the doctor said it was 'normal' for my age), but of course they didn't find anything...And trying to improve my condition didn't help, only causing more tiredness. But actually, I don't see the link with my nose. :p
    Maysun 4 Replies
    • February 19, 2007
    • 01:00 AM
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