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Little White Bumps Inside Nose
29f few bumps in nose. Have grown into large white masses over a week. Swollen lymph, small patchy rashes, lower back pain. Should I be seen?
Nasal polyps?: I'm having some trouble visualizing your description, but maybe you have nasal polyps? Regardless, a physician needs to evaluate you and examine the nose. Enlarging mass in the nasal cavity should be seen, particularly in the context of changing lymph nodes, should be seen. I suspect nasal polyps and/or infection may be the cause and both require treatment. ...Read more
Mysterious boil like bumps all over the body and inside nose. Puffy, pink, sore. Yellowish-brown like puse comes out of them. What is it? And cause?
Boils: It sounds like you have a bad infection emanating from your nose.Seek immediate medical treatment. ...Read more
Intranasal bump: Hello. It is hard to determine what to do about your problem because it's impossible for us to know exactly what your " bump" actually is. It could be an inferior septal spur, a polyp, a turbinate, a cyst, could be any number of possibilities. My point being; it is best to see your ENT physician who will determine exactly what you are referring to and what therapy is needed. Good luck. ...Read more
Stop Picking!: Tiny bumps in the nose are common, and nearly all arise from one cause: picking. More precisely, excessive attention to nasal hygiene -- blowing the nose, cleaning it out with tissues, trying to remove all debris -- results in tiny scabs, forming over sore and healing areas, to be removed. This, then, keeps them from healing and eventually the body replaces the scab with scar: the bump! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vestibulitis is ...: An infection that occurs in the hair bearing area inside the nose. This usually starts as a tender area on the nasal tip or inside. It can progress to an abscess and even involve the entire nose and midface. Keep the area clean, keep the fingers out and use Bacitracin ointment 3x/day around the vestibule. See a doctor if it progresses. ...Read more
Probably time to: get it checked by your physician or an ENT specialist. Take care. ...Read more
I do not know: Without an exam I really cannot tell what it is. best for you to see an ENT dr. since it has been 2 years. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Septal piercing?: Perichondritis can occur with septal piercing. Keloid scar may develop with piercing. Recommend evaluation by dermatologist at this time. ...Read more
Possibly: Very possibly. The early you institute treatment, the better response. There are a couple of prescription antivirals that work well. Also come OTC topicals that work less well. ...Read more