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Why Is My Nose Always Cold
Normal: We loose heat through our extremities (hands, and feet) and our ears and nose. That is why in winter time you have to keep these parts more covered than the rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My nose is always stuffy an i always seem to have a cold even on sumers 3 years already (i work in a fish procesor so its always cold ) what's wrong ?
See an ENT doctor: Vasomotor rhinitis, allergic rhinitis, and other possible conditions may create your symptoms, but cannot make diagnoses without history, physical exam and possible testing. See a good doc now. ...Read more
See doctor: Make an appointment with your doctor to get your bloo pressure checked at the same time have your sinuses checked. A post nasal drip from your sinuses can cause nose bleeds as well. ...Read more
Raynauds seems to be getting worse. Can't get feet or fingers warm most of the time and its a really discomforting sensation. Nose always cold too. ?
Hand protection: You need constant hand protection and ca channel blocker. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why is my nose always blocked in the mornings? It has been blocked since a cold 3 months ago. No matter how much i blow it still stays blocked.
Rhinitis vs. sinus: You may have (inflammation of the nasal lining or you may have sinusitis - inflammation of the sinus cavities). Both can present this way. Both can manifest with nasal drainage. Sinus infections usually cause some pressure or pain in the sinuses. I recommend to try nasal rinses with neti pot. Other than that, see primary care or ent. Otc meds like afrin can cause it to, so stop any decongestants. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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