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Polip In Nose
I got hit in the nose by a basketball, is my nose ok? And does getting hit in the nose make your nose smaller?
Depends: You should be evaluated. While nose fractures aren't usually an emergency, occasionally septal hematomas develop and these necessitate a more expedient intervention. Additionally, in rare cases persistent clear drainage can indicate a more serious injury to the deep upper sinus area. Nose shouldn't lose size. Persistent headache also warrants immediate evaluation. Urgent care can assist. ...Read more
What the most danger cause for tiny amount of nose bleeds in both nostrils when blowing nose, in 40 years old women?
Atrophic rhinitis: Assuming that you are not using nasal steroid aimed at the center of the nose , Afrin -like nasal spray, or cocaine. the most likely cause is dryness . You may try a nasagel spray to keep the nose moist especially on dry and windy days. If problem persists, consult ENTor allergist to check for allergies, sinusitis etc. I also assume that you have no unusual amount of bruising. ...Read more
Stuffy nose: nasal congestion = stuffy nose.Get a more detailed answer ›
I've had 4 nose bleeds in one day. Separate Nose bleeds. What is up? they are not nose picking nose bleeds #NotAPicker #ISwear. They are gushers too
Nose bleeds: It is the winter and it is possible your nares have dried out and cracked. Consider using a saline spray and see if this fixes the problem. If the bleeding is only from one nostril always and you cannot see the source of bleeding consider ENT appt to make sure there is no abnormality. If this is a persistent problem all year around consider bleeding disorder evaluation. ...Read more
Usually not: Throat mucus needs cleared by swallowing or spitting it out. ...Read more
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. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
White hard, non-moveable lump, in right side of nostril wall. Nose bleeds, post nasal drip, hard to breathe through nose. Smell has gone. Any clue?
Nasal polyp: There are several possible causes including polyps. See an ENT doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
My sister has breathing problem . Soft tissue with hyperdense
Nasal septum is deviated to the lt. Side,
Air fluid is seen in the lt. Maxillary sinus. ?
Genetic or: Could be genetic (look at parents), trauma when young. disease affecting nasal septum when young. See ENT doc or facial plastic surgeon if considering correction. ...Read more
My nasal passages are so constricted most of the time that I can't breath through my nose. I'm not stuffed up with mucus, my nose is dry.
Patanase intructions: for how to use the medicine, kindly check this link http://ecatalog.alcon.com/PI/Patanase_pat_us_en.pdf ...Read more
Are the nostril parts of your nose (the part people get a nose piercing on. not the septum) considered soft tissue or cartilage or what?
Pansinusitis- 2 mucous retention in floor of left maxillary atrum (CT). Nasal septum midline with minimal bowing convex to left. Middle turbinates show a concha bullosa- bullosic inflammation. Is surgery required?
Meds for turbinates: Hello, yes, saline is a great medication to start with. After the saline use, the thickened mucus will reduce in essence cleaning your nose. Using a steroid nasal spray like Nasacort (triamcinolone) or Flonase after a saline spray will allow the steroid spray to better treat the mucus membranes since the thickened mucus layer covering the membranes has been washed away. Afrin is another option but only for 5 days ...Read more
Always very stuffy-
Rhinitis, deviated septum. I noticed in the last few months when in blow my nose I sometimes get a sensitivity in one tooth. It's the third from from the back, upper.
Tooth or sinus issue?
Probably Sinus: Sinus issues can result in sensitivity of the maxillary teeth, especially the posterior teeth. However, without knowing the history of the tooth, restorations, root canal therapy, etc, it might be wise to have your dentist take a look to rule out anything dentally related. ...Read more