A Lump In The Nose Accompanied By A Nose Often Becomes Blocked When Lying Down?
Good night, since I was a child, you could say my nose was sensitive to odors, dust and air. And 3 years ago I tried to check with a general practitioner and it turned out I had an allergy. Now getting here when the allergic relapse feels like there is a lump in the nose. And that makes me very, very uncomfortable. Even now, if you are only exposed to the cold, it feels like your nose is clogged when lying down, even though I’m sure you’re not cold. Are these the characteristics of nasal polyps?
Thanks in advance for asking, I'll try to explain yes.
Complaints in nasal congestion can be caused by several possibilities, such as:
Allergic rhinitis, symptoms caused by sneezing until nasal congestion, but only certain times such as in the morning or when the air is cold. Vasomotor rhinitis, a symptom caused almost similar to allergic rhinitis but the trigger is due to weather changes, exposure to cigarette smoke or air pollution, this causes inflammation of the nasal cavity. Nasal polyps, the main symptom is nasal congestion, and there are nasal polyps or bumps. Nasal polyps vary in size. People with nasal polyps generally have a history of frequent sneezing before. Sinusitis, an infection of the nasal cavity, can be accompanied by symptoms of nasal congestion, pain when pressure is applied to the cheekbones. To ensure the complaints you feel, my advice should be consulted to the ENT doctor, the doctor will conduct a short medical interview and conduct an appropriate examination such as an examination to look into your nose. If necessary, the doctor will provide appropriate treatment therapy.
While this is best to avoid exposure to air and dust pollution, avoid cold air, meet fluid needs, avoid cigarette smoke, and don't forget to wear a mask when you are outside the room.
If this complaint does not improve and makes you more difficult to breathe, my advice should be to see a doctor immediately.