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Burning pain in the nostril,dry nose. Pain worsens on breathing cold air and chemicals. Cause?

I m experiencing burning pain in my left nostril . Could this contact point in my nose cause hypersensivity to my turbinate tissue? I m experiencing like there would be a very sensitive point in my left side, that gets irritated every time i breath in(the pain gets stronger especially by smoke , chemical smells or every nasal spray ). It constantly feels like an open wound or the most extreme dry nose while breathing freezing cold air, even though I m inside the room. Could this contact point be the source of my pain? Or what could be the cause? WWW.WWWW.WW I have no diagnosis and no cure. I would be very thankful for your help!
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hello i have noted your problems in detail. .
Since your also having dry nose and pain inside nose want to know whether its a acute or chronic problem. .
Since its dry your nasal mucosa is nore prone for injury and infection which can cause pain. .
Now wats the reason for dryness needs to be evaluated by ENT specialist, if the problem is for long duration conditions like atrophic rhinitis should be ruled...Treatment for your problem lues in treating the cause, symptonatic treatment is not the solution wat I feel. .

Any queries please let me know. .ll try to answer them
Answered: Thu, 24 Oct 2013
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