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Hi Just wash it out your be fine.Good Luck
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After 4 months, the swelling from the break (which would normally cause sinus obstruction) should have already gone down. You should seek medical...
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Non-organic, non-water soluble things that go up the nose (and that are not removed) could cause a variety of problems. -The object could block...
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Unless you are inhaling massive amounts or our own hair, you are perfectly normal. But, if it makes you feel better, talking to a doctor is always a...
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No. Unless it continues to get worse, or becomes unbearable, it should not be a problem. Hairs do not cause any harm to the body.Your nostrils are...
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HI In the UK then? just get to your doctor then, you should get help there.Good Luck
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There is always a reason or reasons, it is just that you don't know them right now.  For some basic information, put "nosebleed"...
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Don't worry about these carbonated "splashes" in your nose. This will never result in drowning, so RELAX and don't worry about it.
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Liquid will most likely drain back out of your nose or down the back of your throat. A small crumb....assuming it was organic....will either melt or...
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Your over-indulgence in drinking soda would not cause you to drown from carbonated droplets in your nose.
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endocrinology deals with diagonosis. You were diognised, now you need to get treatment. In other words you did not know what you had.
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it could be post nasal drip. Have you been checked for this?Post nasal drip is not life threatening, plz don't worry. Just get checked!
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Your skin inside your nose secretes moisture which is part of the way your nose helps provide a barrier to infetion. It is normal for this moisure to...
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I would first contact my family doctor, they'd be able to tell u what it is or if you need to see a dentist.
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Hi I was thinking down the same line after reading the heading, yes a Neti pot would help, but thinking if you lay on your back on a bed head over...
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