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Blood in nose?

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Dr. David I. Astrachan
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
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Common


Blood in the nose is very common especially in drier colder climates. The tissues inside the nose are very delicate and easily injured and when injured can bleed. A little bit of blood once in a while on a tissue is usually nothing to be concerned about. More significant amounts of blood may be of concern and should merit a visit to an ENT doctor.

my nose burns?

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Dr. Pablo Arango
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
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More details.


Is this old or new? is your nose running? Fever or cold symptoms? Do you use drugs? Burning in the nose generally comes from inflammation. A good Otolaryngologist can get to the ottom of the cause

Nose allergy floo?

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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Allergy and Immunology
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Nasal Allergy


Please be more specific. I am sorry but there is no question here and you are asking about nasal allergies or the influenza virus. Please re-phrase.

Infant Health

Do's And Don'ts

A child with a foreign body (such as a bead) in the nose must blow it out or see a doctor very soon.

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Internal Medicine

Why my nose bleed?

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Dr. John McMahan
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
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Nosebleeds


Nosebleeds can be caused by dryness and crusting, foreign bodies, tumors, septal deviations, infections and a number of other causes. ASA or Nasaids make it harder to stop. You can try Bacitracin ointment but if it persists or is severe see an ENT doc for answers ,

roseaca on my nose?

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Dr. Steven E. Zimmet
Aesthetic Medicine
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Maybe


Rosacea can cause changes on the nose. These include flushing, persistent redness, spider veins, bumps and pimples. It can also cause rhinophyma, sometimes referred to as WC Fields nose, characterized by skin thickening and enlargement of the nose. See a dermatologist to help determine if the changes you're observing are due to rosacea or some other cause

Stress less

Do's And Don'ts

“You haven't lost your smile at all, it's right under your nose. You just forgot it was there.” Anon

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White skin in nose?

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Dr. Mark C. Loury
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
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Lining change


If there is white tissue inside the nose then it usually is a lining change, squamous metaplasia, that forms on an area that is constantly irritated. It is a protective response. Often there are yellow to bloody crusts that cover these areas because this area no longer can clean itself. Suggest saline 3x daily followed by sesame oil

Why do my nose run?

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Dr. Taj Jiva
Internal Medicine
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Nose run


Nose can run which is called rhinorrhea can be from sensitivity to temperature, smell, odor, smoke etc or seasonal allergic rhinitis. Some people have gustotory rhinorrhea where they have run nose with meals which including profuse sweating. Need to make sure that you do not have nasal polyps. Advise allergy evaluation is it persists.

Red rash tip of nose?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Rheumatology
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Have it evaluated


No one can offer a diagnostic opinion without seeing the rash. Contact your family doctor or a dermatologist.

Nose bleeding severe?

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Dr. Phil Zapanta
ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
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Pressure initially


PInch the soft part of your nostrils together for at least 15 min. If you have a decongestant nasal spray, such as oxymetazoline, use 2 sprays in each nostril prior to holding pressure. This will help constrict the blood vessels and help stop the bleeding. If it is still bleeding after 15 min, then spray your nose again and hold pressure for another 15 min. If this doesn't work, see a doctor.
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What is nose blister?

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Many causes


This can be caused by many diseases. See dermatologist to find out.
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