A Lump In The Nose That Often Gets Bigger Or Smaller?
at morning,rnHello doctor, I want to ask, inside my nose there is a lump but sometimes it gets smaller and grows by itself, sometimes on the right nose, sometimes on the left nose. But I didn’t feel any pain. Why is that, doctor? Thank you in advance.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Nose bumps can occur due to dilated blood vessels, a medical condition called polyps, an allergic response, or a tumor. Since you don't feel anything, it's most likely harmless because usually with tumors or other malignancies, you'll experience shortness of breath, sudden nosebleeds, dizziness or other troubling symptoms.
But of course, to be more certain, it would be better if you had yourself checked by an ENT doctor, because as light as your condition is, it's not normal for normal people to have lumps that go away on their own. By seeing an ENT doctor, you will immediately get a thorough examination and adequate treatment if needed.
What is clear for now, you should pay attention to any time when the lump appears, whether only in the morning, whether only when you are in a dusty place or in other specific situations. You should also pay attention to whether any of your family members have similar complaints as you, because this information will be very useful for your ENT doctor in making a diagnosis. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa