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Weird feeling in nosewing

I'm very worried about the weird feeling in my nosewing, even though I do not see anything that could cause this problem.

Some days ago I noticed a weird feeling in my left nosewing, something I havent experienced before. It feels like its not in the nose itself, but rather in the nosewing at the beginning of the nostril...  its hard to explain the exact feeling, but it can be best described as a continous state of pulling inside the nosewing.
I checked my nose several times to see if I could find the cause, but there is nothing to see actually.... it makes me a bit worried...

As there is nothing to see, it feels weird to me to go see a doctor... especially because they only want more urgent cases at the moment due to rising covid numbers. I dont really know what to do. It doesn't hurt, but the feeling hasnt disappeared and drives me insane.

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363281 tn?1643235611
Hello, it could be a small pimple starting,I doubt if it's anything to worry about however. Our bodies can have many weird feelings but they are normally nothing to worry about.
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I hope so, it's very hard for me to ignore the feeling and even scares me. It suddenly appeared and it urges me to continously  touch the spot where I feel the "pressure". I try my best not to, as I know this could make it worse, but its very depressing actually. I doubt whether it is a pimple or not, as i've experienced that before and it felt different.

Anyway, thank you for your answer.
You're welcome. Sometimes when we ignore a sensation like the one you are describing, it gets better. Always thinking about it keeps it active in our mind and can actually make it more prevalent than it really is.
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