Dude i have the same problem it happens to me all the time. Last time i squeezed it and i black hair popped out of the outside of my nose. So it had grown all the way through yuk :S
Then it was gone with in like 24 hours. Now i have the same problem just 2 weeks later but it hurts so much i cant touch it yet. I stuck an ice cube up my nose and waited for it to go numb the i attacked it give that a go it did not hurt as much doing that.
Listen mate use some mangnesium oxide if it is to painfull to touch put this on the indside of your nose with a cotton bud a few times within the first week. Magnesium oxide draws out the infection. It wont be pleasant but it will get puslulated and pop within a week.
Insdie nasal spots are usually caused by several things in the main cutting you nasal hair but more predomenantly by sticking your finger with all its bacteria up your nose. As such use a hanky this prevents infection and in the main stops zits. Hope this helps
I seem to be getting this problem too, it started in Feb were i was getting sores in my nose, but id squeeze them out, but give it week or two and it comes back again. since this time my nose feels and looks like its swollen up abit and i seem to have a slight breathing problem on left side of my nose, as if somthing is stuck up my nostral.
Has anyone else had this problem?
YOU PICK YOUR NOSE!
ahahha. just kidding.
i get these all the time. usually when i go out to big places. like first dates!
they proper make my nose massive.
atm i have two! one on each side! ERUGH!
i find pulling the scab off so it all bleeds out several times a day helps...
but im also told you should never touch spots.
but it keeps me busy in my free time and i do like to breathe every now and again.
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