A Lump In The Nose That Doesn’t Heal?
I want to ask if there are any dangerous indications if the lumps in my nose have been around for a long time, but I ignored them. Then I checked the doctor for a lump, said the lump was not a polyp, because the lump was swollen and red … I have a lump more than 1, the left nose was there. small nose bones and bumps facing from bumps on the nose, then the big right like corn … doctor just give me medicine to relieve the swelling so that the lump is deflated … mmg it is true that the lump has deflated after a few days of taking medication but only half of it the big lumps plastered right now, then the others are still small lumps … after the medicine is over, but it doesn’t disappear completely, I don’t know why I always have a lot of dizziness and often feel bad, and it’s healthy, how come I feel bad? Also, dizziness often occurs every day but still can be as active as it is … even dizzy that is annoying but I don’t know if it is related to the lump or my body was weak. because there was a time when there were other pnykit from my body such as small cysts outside the rhim and the obstruction of my two fallopian tubes … then with such conditions whether it is dangerous if only treatment is finished but there is still a lump, but there is a deflating change and I let it fall … Or do I have to go back to the doctor again ?? Previously sorry for elaborating on my condition and always writing this. “
Hello Etrisia, thank you for asking.
Lumps in the nose are generally mistaken for polyps. But if your doctor states that the lump is not a polyp, then there are several other possibilities, namely:
enlarged Konka. In the nasal cavity there is a normal structure called konka. When the respiratory tract becomes infected or inflamed, konka can enlarge and clog. This is what causes nasal congestion in people with flu and allergies. When Konka experiences chronic enlargement, often the enlargement is permanent. Giving drugs such as anti-inflammatory drugs and anti-histamine generally can relieve Konka inflammation.
folliculitis or inflammation of the hair follicles.
tumor in the nose.
In general, there is no direct correlation between a bump in the nose and other symptoms that you experience. Except maybe if you have atopy or allergies so that the condition of your body experiences mild inflammation disappear and arise. For example in people with allergic rhinitis, people will often experience nasal congestion, cough colds, not feeling well, mild fever, or weakness. You can consult again with a doctor who treats about your nasal lumps. The doctor will assess the improvements that occur and decide whether the therapy will be continued or added. While this is trying to limit activities too heavy, adequate night rest, regular exercise 3-5 times per week (for example, brisk walking or cycling), manage your stress, drink enough water, and multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit.
Hopefully this brief review can help you. Regards.