The Nose Is Red With A Lump Of Pus Every Time It Is Exposed To The Sun?

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, I have a disease that I don’t know what disease it is, my complaint is that my nose turns red every day, especially when exposed to the sun, pus often comes out like acne but not acne, sometimes itches, and it’s been about 4 years, what kind of disease is this and what his solution. Thank you

1 Answer:

Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A runny nose can be caused by a number of things, including:

Skin disorders Side effects of cosmetics or drugs Immune system disorders Bacterial, fungal and viral infections Facial oil gland disorders Dry skin Allergies Alcohol consumption Cancer

Our advice, it would be better if you immediately get your nose checked by a dermatologist and venereal specialist because there are so many possibilities and the fact that 4 years is a very long period of time.

Meanwhile, our advice is to avoid using any cosmetics on your face other than facial soap, avoid pinching or touching and scratching your nose, and get it checked out whenever you can. It will be clearer what you should avoid, what the solutions are and how to prevent it when it is clear what the diagnosis of the medical condition you are experiencing is. Get well soon.

That's all, hope it helps.

dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa

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