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Reducing Inflammation In The Nose
Inflammation is the body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Inflammation is part of the complex biological response of vascular tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, ...Read more
Dry, scaly and flaky skin at around and at my nose. There is no inflammation. It occurs always.Please help.
What causes nose/facial redness and inflammation when there is an artificial heat source(ie, indoor heating, or flourescent lighting)?
Tiny bumps with white stuff in them in t-zone and sometimes inside nose. Slight tingling but no itching or inflammation. Goes away and reoccurs?
Glandular : Your symptoms appear to be related to some type of glandular activity in the skin, perhaps from sebaceous glands. As long as they are not inflamed- reddened, pus, local swelling - then just watch it. If inflamed or if you have cosmetic concerns, then see an Ear Nose Throat specialist or dermatologist for evaluation. Hope that helps. ...Read more
For a little over a week my nose has been stuffed up, and whenever I blow my nose to clear it up, it's a mixture of blood and mucus. This is only happening in one nostril. Is this a nasal inflammation or something else?
Nasal drainage: A runny nose is common with any cold. However, if there is bleeding, your nose is likely dry and you may be blowing your nose too forcefully. You are better off using a saline rinse when you feel like blowing your nose and applying a saline based gel to humidify the nose. If the symptoms persist, I recommend you see a physician. ...Read more
What can i do or use to get rid of my first blind pimple on my nose? I know i can't get results over night, i want to reduce redness & inflammation.
I have blocked nose everyday. My ENT surgeon told me I have chronic inflammation of the turbinates & need surgery. Does it has any repercussions pls?
Turbinates: There are many different procedures to reduce turbinate hypertrophy, The goal is to reduce hypertrophied tissue while maintaining the mucosal surface, as the turbinates serve an important function. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers