hi i looked up my nose with a little torch to see what was going on
the inside looks red - when i use a tissue there is blood spotting - so it not a nose bleed but its bit bloody and bits of white discharge too - usually when i blow my nose its clear
when i look up im sure i can see a bit of a grey lump = is this a polyp? ive not noticed it from the otehr day when i checked - i know smoking is prob irrritating it so i best stop
some days im blocked - somedays its runny - usually more runny after using a nasal ****** ehich clears the sinuses
is beconase ok to use for a long time - ove used it for a couple of days but not seeing much change
also sterimar which is saline spray feels good as it moisterises the nose in the morning - in the morning i feel like ive got crusts aroud the nostrils ! i know gross
also a bout 6 months ago i whacked my nose on a table when leaning down to get something - it never bled but im sure there is a ridge there - can it be broken? its when i touch the nose more than the look!
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