last year or so i noticed when i bend down my left nostril would leak this water mucus substance now i thought it was just mucus because of my bad postnasal drip and bad deviated septum and how its always stuffy it hasn't happened in a long time maybe a year maybe half a year but last week it happed agian and it made me blow my nose and alot of mucus came out should i be concerned im kind of scared about it right now beacuse for 3 months i have been lightheaded witch pressure in my face especially on my nose and it the back of my head and sometimes the pressure turns into really bad headaches now i had a mri with and with out contrast on the head and it just showed my deviated septum with some mucus i also saw 2 ents for the dizzyness but forgot 2 metion about the leak that rarely happens sometimes the did put that long camera in my nose do you think they would of found something or scene something is this just anxiety and sinus build up right now the pressure in my face and back of head is constant i mean 24/7 are constant all the docs are saying it could just be anxiety (i didnt really have headaches prior to all of this) csf rhinorrheaView Thread
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