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After swimming in the sea, some amount of water drips from my nose time to time, for several hours. Normally water drips when I bend forward. Is this a medical problem?

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I don't understand, is it coming from inside the nose? You would probably cough it out, if you inhale water... Can you please elaborate your question –  Freakyuser Jan 13 at 6:07
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Probably has to do with your timing of breathing, more info needed (swimstyle, pool vs open water). Maybe your question is about how to avoid it instead of worrying? –  FredrikD Jan 13 at 17:22
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Probably not an issue and likely due to the salt content. Happens to me plenty of times. It's like shooting saline solution up your nose. –  Matt Chan Jan 14 at 3:48
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Are you sure it's definitely "water" and not just watery mucous? Pool swimming used to do that to me - now I wear a nose clip, and no longer have the problem (plus as a bonus I look super-attractive).

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