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Sharp Pain In My Nose
When it is cold outside, i can be out walking my dog, and get a sudden sharp pain in my nose. It goes away within seconds. Does anyone know what it is?
Sharp pain in my nose when I blow it. Its only in my right nose. What can it be. I have been blowing my nose a lot because of stuffy and running nose. Well it heal on its on? Is it infective?
I have a very sharp pain deep up in my nose on the left side and have had continuos headaches for months now. Could this be related?
Yes, it could: You really need to see an otolaryngologist, or at least a physician with a scope that can look up to see if there is something blocking the sinus passages and causing the headaches. Meanwhile you can TRY a mild decongestant nasal spray and warm compresses to try to encourage any drainage that could relieve the pressure if the headaches are sinus headaches. Good luck! ...Read more
Typical: Your sinuses do not tolerate water very much, and that makes them hurt. ...Read more
Sneezed & immediately felt sharp pain on right side of my nose & eye socket for about 1 min. Then started to feel slight numbing sensation.
Bent over sharp burning pain shot up my nose into my eye like pool water. made my eye and side of nose throb and hurt still have headache ?
Sinus: Sounds like something with your sinuses. I would have an MD take a look if still painful. ...Read more
That's different: That is a symptom that I have not heard before. In over 25 years of being an ENT doctor no one has ever complained to me that their nipples bother them when they sneeze. The only thing that i can imagine is some type of a muscle spasm that occurs in your chest with a particularly violent sneeze leading to irritation. ...Read more
I have pressure on one side of my face by my the side of my nose and check and on the same side sharp pain in my head.
What would cause a sharp pain in my head than follow by a nose bleeds has only happened 2 times in the last 6 months
Epistaxis : Epistaxis or bloody noses can be caused by a variety of things and is worth having it looked into by your primary care doctor or an ear, nose and throat doctor (otolaryngologist). Seeing that your nosebleeds follow a sharp headache, you should also be evaluated for high blood pressure since this can lead to nosebleeds that are difficult to stop. In the meantime, here are a few nose bleed tips. If your nose starts to bleed, pinch the soft part of your nose below the bridge, not the bridge to stop the bleeding. Now keep pinching for 5 minutes. Set a timer or look at a watch because it will feel like forever. And no peeking! that will stop 95% of all nosebleeds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer