Just a bit of background: On the date of 6th of July, I had a head trauma resulting in minimally displaced facial fractures -sinus and zygoma bones being affected (spent 48h in hospital at the time and no op was done as the doctors decided to treat these fractures conservatively and got told these will heal on their own between 6-10 weeks time).
So it's been 4 months since the incident and for the past 2-3 weeks been experiencing this very awkward sensation where there's blood leaking slowly at the back of throat (this is not associated with head ache, I haven't got cough or nausea symptoms).
I had a head MRI done in August, 1 month after the impact and it came back clean: no mass lesions or intracranial bleeding was identified. In the 2nd week of September I also had full blood count test done and all came back normal.
So in the hope I'd see an ENT today I went to A&E and the doctor on the ward checked my nose and advised he can't seem to know why this is the case so suggested that I see a dentist as she reckoned might have to do with the teeth so she recommended that I gargle Corsodyl. Which I find odd, why did she not consider referring me to see an ENT?
Has anyone experienced anything as such? Today it's happened 4 or 6 times that I'm aware of, blood leaking at the back of your throat, like some sort of mucus.
I fear that when I am going to see my GP next week, he will just claim it's due to my anxiety and refuse to refer me to an ENT.
Any idea is much appreciated!