5-year-old had safety pin stuck up nose for 6 months

CHICAGO (FOX News) - Six months ago, a California girl suddenly started experiencing strange symptoms and the mystery cause of the green discharge from her nose was finally solved last weekend— a safety pin that’d been stuck up her nose.

Khloe Russell, 5, of Hemet, Calif., had to stop every five minutes to blow her nose.

"About six months ago, her nose just started (running) out of this one side. Green, green, green constantly and it stunk," Khloe's mother Katelyn Powell said. 

Powell took her to three different doctors to figure out the source, but all thought she had a sinus infection and prescribed antibiotics. Khloe never had pain.

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