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Cold virus, no pain or swelling on any parts of the face

Hi, I had a caught a cold virus that lasted for four weeks now (I have never been sick this long). For the last two weeks, I have had a dry, stuffy left nostril , with no mucus/drainage. My right nostril I can breathe from just fine. I do not know what is wrong with my left nostril. Could it be pressure? I do not feel any pain or swelling on any parts of my face, though. Please help!
Asked On : Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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I can understand your problem, Thank you for post on HCM.
I have reviewed your history as you are having blockage of left nostrils.
Your history suggest me that you are having a seasonal flu for which i think you taking treatment.
I my clinic for my patients with this symptoms i would have advised.
1. Steam inhalation with Synerest
2. Oral Antihistaminics.
3. Decongestant Nasal drops
4. Oral Antibiotics and antipyretics.
You will be alright if you follow this advise.Any query you can discuss with me.
Thank you

Answered: Sat, 18 Jan 2014
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