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Weird feeling in right nostril hurts and congested. WBC normal. Suggestion?

Ok so my mother had problems with her sinus s after many doctor visits and two surgeries for a twisted septum she went for 2nd opinion and it was non hodgkiss lymphoma which ultimately took her life at the age of 41. I myself now at 36 am having weird uncomfortable feeling deep in my right nostril for months now. Now I am sick and congested and it hurts even more. Haven t found a doctor yet to take my fears much past a blood test to say my white blood count is fine so not to worry. What do u think?
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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You can take nasal decongestant drops for few days along with mucolytics and steam inhalation. You should be fine. In case the symptoms persist, visit an ENT and get your CT scan PNS done and that should alleviate all your fears. As your WBC count is fine as well as you peripheral blood film, the possibility of NHL can be ruled out. Regards
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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