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Having stuffy nose with blood spots. Sounding congested. Nose sore on outside, crusty within. Is this nasal cancer?

Every morning I wake up can t breathe have to blow my nose when i do there is always blood that comes out I also can hear mynself takinfpg funny like I am congested my students said I sounded funny as well, My nose feels somewhat sore on outside and very crusty on inside. I did smoke for over twenty years and recently quit but very concerned it may be nasal cancer .
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum.
Thanks for calling H.C.M.
As you describe your problem is E.N.T. problem, so you should consult an E.N.T. surgeon for diagnosis and treatment.
Possible causes could be allergic rhinitis, adenoides, papilla of trabiculae. etc. There is very very little possibility of cancer.
You may have to go for M.R.I, besides other routine tests for confermation.
Thanks .
Answered: Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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