Burning nose sensation.

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In early March I suffered what seemed like Covid 19 symptoms, I experienced everything that could possibly be connected with the virus but no high temperature, the temperature has remained within the operating ceiling of 34.5-35.5, I feel better most of the time but I do have my days where even getting out of bed is a chore and lethargy a major problem, the one sensation that has remained is a constant burning effect of the nose and surrounding nasal tissue, (imagine if you will someone holding a ghost chilli pepper under your nose, nothing seems to alleviate the symptoms and I'm just wondering could this be a post viral long term problem, your thoughts would be greatly appreciated, many thanks.

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    Sounds like you had a mild case. Ever got tested? Writing to say I had the same sensation, it would hurt to inhale through my nose, it felt spicy. I was positive, had no fever also, but I lost my sense of smell/taste and had major lethargy. All my COVID symptoms went away in about a month, once I got my sense of smell back the burning sensation seemed to disappear too. It's funny because my allergies to my cat were also gone while I was infected, it seems to really mess with the nasal passages for a lot of people. I hope it resolves for you, the best you can do is wait it out.

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    i also believe i had Covid in :March and had constant burning up my nose ,i have never experienced it before ,i also had a kind of tingling sensation around my lips early on , and the first time ever lost my sense of taste and smell ,also the tiredness and complete lethergy , did also have a cough but not a persistant dry cough nor did i have a high temperature

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    i also believe i had Covid in :March and had constant burning up my nose ,i have never experienced it before ,i also had a kind of tingling sensation around my lips early on , and the first time ever lost my sense of taste and smell ,also the tiredness and complete lethergy , did also have a cough but not a persistant dry cough nor did i have a high temperature

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    Avoid cold air. Use a humidifier.

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