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One side of my nasal is stopped up
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Nose sometimes is dry
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@trellg132 I have sinus headaches you can tell since it is mainly over your eyes so I take a Sudafed for mine OTC If your face swells up its like @becsbuddy said maybe a sinus infection , go see your Dr.
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@trellg132 Hello again. You just said that your face swells up and you get pressure and a headache. You may want to get an appointment to see your doctor. You may have a sinus infection. Will you call your doctor or go to an urgent care? (not an ER!). Let us know!
Yea not my whole face just by my nose area
Hi @trellg132 I have always had a blocked right nostril, I now use a nasal spray called Alanase and take antihistamines and it had been great for me, except sometimes in spring when it still blocks occasionally, I think it is a mix of pollen and temperature changes. Good luck with a solution for you.
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I have a doctor appointment coming up soon
Thats great, @trellg , another reason for my nose was hormones and stress or anxiety. All the best for the Drs
So sorry to hear that, I understand your frustrations ! I had septum surgery with turbines cut and tissue removed, now I battle a possible empty nose syndrome. The symptoms are unbearable, inhuman, horrific to deal with .
I have been stress and dealing anxiety
I sorry to hear that I've never heard of that
@trellg123 So sorry to hear that, its so horrible. Tell your Dr about the anxiety also, he \she may be able to help with that also. Tkae care
I'm on meds for it now
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Please, whatever you decide to do to correct the problem, don’t do any surgical interventions .
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Hi, @trellg132 – good to hear you've had your appointment with your doctor and you were prescribed something that may help with one side of your nose being stopped up. What medication are you taking now?
Its next week
My stuffiness has been switching sides
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