For about a month of more now I have been experiencing a sore nose - when I look inside as I have experienced different sensations - I noticed a few small white oozy spots - that are hard to reach to pop, but are annoying and sore - and you can't just blow your nose and get rid of them - today my nose is really sore - it goes rock hard on the outer nostril and inflamed - but these spots are baffling me- I once read something about nasal polyps, but I got the impression they were huge gooseberries that spread all over - mine are jsut little white sore oozy spots - right now I have three in a row on one nose and the other is really sore but just looks inflamed inside - if there are polyps i couldn't see them through my make up mirror - please advise! they are irritating! THank you x
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