Blood thickness and yellow water from nose. Been heroin addict.

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Yellow water comes from the nose
It might be sinus infection, which also known as sinusitis, is an inflammation and infection of the sinus cavity in your head. It can be a painful and annoying situation, but it can be resolved. The sinus infection might also give you pain and pressure in your face, a loss of smell and flu-like symptoms, including fever or nasal stuffiness. Fortunately, this is easily treated. Your doctor is likely to prescribe medications that can help, including allergy medications or decongestants. You can also indulge in home remedies, such as breathing in steam vapors or using saline nasal solutions.
A yellowish nasal discharge is indicative of bacterial sinusitis, a.k.a. bacterial infection of the sinus. People who do drugs intravenously or using noses are at increased risk.  You may need to see an ENT to get antibiotics and probably nose rinsing.