Clear fluid leak from nose after fall from horse

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My horse and I fell over and as I hit the ground lots of clear fluid spurted from my nose.I did land on the side of my head and shoulder but was wearing a riding hat. The doctor said it's nothing to worry about . What was this fluid?

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    Had when did you fall and have you paid a visit to

    A and E , if I was you I would go or at lead ask 111, GPs are great but sadly not experts in any field so after head trauma you need check up.

    Not trying to frighten you just being cautious

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    Jenny

        I agree with AlexandriaGizmo, you should be checked out because you can't be taking things too litely when you hit your head, you should be checked out thoroughly so that you know whether or not it caused a concussion and the fluid, I would wanna know what it was and why it spurted from your nose. Good luck with everything and keep us updated on what they find out. Your the only you there is so take care of yourself and for you to post this your worried about what the fluid was so follow your instincts and go get checked out. Best of luck and God Bless, keep us updated...

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      I always worry when someone posts something like this then doesn't come back and say there ok, so if you read this jenny let us know please.

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      AlexandriaGizmo,

           I know what you mean, it's like when your child comes to let you know their in some kind of trouble and then you don't hear from them in days, this fluid come be a number of things. Maybe she will post something later today.

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