I went to Just Answer website and asked a doctor who recommended: take an Xray, and put ice on it. I know, I did not bumped it, so I did not have X-ray taken.
He also said:
“It isn't uncommon to have tenderness there. Often it's temporary and not serious and goes away in a couple of days. Most causes are never figured out. Just one of these mysterious benign problems.”
I took Ibuferin for couple of days. The pain went away totally after 4-5 days.
I hope it will work for you too.
I noticed one afternoon that the right side of my nose felt sore as if I head hit my nose but I didn't. Then within a few days the bridge if my nose hurt. And now a few days later it's the right side of my nose that has the bruised feeling. My nose is not bruised in color it just feels bruised. It is not red but I know it's a slightly bit swollen at the upper part where the pain is because the pores up there appear smaller. I had really hard mucus in the beginning when this started but now it's draining clear mucus. I also had a headache in the beginning. I have never had a fever or any other symptoms. It's very strange.
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