Our expert says:
Blood in the mucous may be an indication of infection, this requires treatment. You may also suffer from allergies, in which case an anti-histamine can be seen as part of the treatment plan, but you would need to be tested for allergies first. Unfortunately allergic rhinitis is a permanent problem, and to effectively control it you need chronic medication. This is almost like a patient with diabetes or hypertension, the only difference being that thses allergies are not life threatening. You require an ENT examination of the nose to come to a final decision, and blood tests may be helpful in identifying possible allergies.
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