Hello, I am 19 years old.. i noticed recently that the past few days, especially today that everytime i get up, move around too fast, or go from different temps too quickly (like from the cold outside into a warm building) i get a really strong burning sensation deep in my nose, like right below my eyes. it feels like a sneeze feeling, but worse and with no sneeze. i literally have to hold my nose to make it bearable. i dont know why its doing that?? any ideas? for a footnote, i did use that afrin nasal spray for about two weeks because of severe congestion from bronchitis... but i stopped using it about 4 days ago.. but this has been happening the past 2 or 3 days ago. worse each day.... if anyone can help thatd be great cuz i cant stand the feeling
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