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Lost voice due to sore throat, now nose stuffed, liquid filled bubble found on the inner side of nostrils. What are these ?

A few days ago I got a sore throat and lost my voice. Then as my sore throat started getting better my nose started getting stuffed up. I thought this nothing more than a head cold and treated it as such. Then after a day of having to regularly blow my nose I noticed that one of my nostrils, on the inside against the part between the nostrils, one was hurting much more than the other. I thought maybe I rubbed it too much with a tissue , but took a close look at it anyway. That part was covered with several small bubbles of various sizes. I checked the side that didn t hurt and it didn t have anything like it. So I tried popping the bubbles and they secreted a clear liquid. After popping most of them(being so small in the attempt to pop one it popped most of them), that nostril doesn t hurt as much. Though I m not sure what this is or anything. Would they be blisters from wiping my nose so much? I ve never had this happen before.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Aug 2013
Your problem definitely seems to have come from the constant rubbing of the nostrils. If the small bubbles like things were little yellowish in colour and on popping them the pain has gone then in all probability they would have been little boils which are common in a condition called the vestibulitis.
If you are fine now then nothing to worry about, but if the bubble are reappearing and increasing in size and pain then you need to see your doctor.
Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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