Handling Of The Inner Nasal Skin On The Edge Of The Wound?
Night, doc. I often catch a cold and use tissue and finally a few days after recovering my nose with a red waist, after that the inner nose of the skin sores to scratch a little hole and there are small lumps that are scratched at the bottom edge to the outside, when pressed using the hand it hurts and it hurts, why is that and how is it handled?
Hello Kalara, thank you for asking.
Maybe what you mean is a blister. It often happens when someone has a cold for a longer period of time, or a cold with lots of mucus. Sores on the edges of the nasal cavity occur due to constant friction with a tissue or handkerchief.
Generally abrasions are not dangerous, but quite disturbing. Try not to rub your nose too harshly. Wipe the nose just enough. Don't leave the nasal cavity too dry, because it will make the nose blister more easily. The air-conditioned room should be installed at a temperature that is not too cold, to prevent nasal cavity from drying out. On the dry nose, you can try applying petroleum jelly. If the wound does not heal or it gets worse, consult a doctor. The doctor will perform an examination and may prescribe an ointment to reduce the wound.
Thus my explanation, hopefully useful. Regards.