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White outgrowth on the nasal bridge, get frequent nose bleeds and pressure on bridge with headaches. Sinusitis?

My question is regarding a bone forming on the bridge of my nose . I can t tell if its the bone of my bridge that is growing or a separate bone-like thing. It s slightly white and lighter than my skin colour and this results in my left side of the bridge looking slightly elevated. I ve always had a nasal bump but it s starting to look like something s going on. Also, 5-6 months ago I experienced mild nose bleeds and some pressure on the nose bridge along with headaches . Could it be a result of Sinusitis? I appreciate your answer, thanks!
Mon, 22 Oct 2012
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hi,you have presumed that growth is of bone and leaving behind some growth out side nnasalbones for example in skin.moreover it is not related to sinusitis as you were yourself explaing it on nasal is advised that your GP should go for a xray nasal bones and if it is ruled out then see some skin specialist for further evaluation
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