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    Blocked Nose in Babies ('Snuffles') Conditions

    Blocked Nose in Babies ('Snuffles'), It is common for babies aged under 6 months to have a blocked nose (commonly called 'snuffles'). It is usually due to normal muc...

    Nosebleed (Epistaxis) Conditions

    This delicate area is also more likely to bleed with the following: Picking the nose. Colds, and blocked stuffy noses such as with hay fever. Blowing the nose. ...

    Decongestants Conditions

    Decongestants are medicines that are used to help reduce the symptoms of a blocked or stuffy nose. They may be helpful for congestion caused by various conditions. Most commonly, decongestant...

    Nasal Congestion Conditions

    Nasal polyps Nasal polyps are fleshy, non-cancerous (benign) swellings that grow inside the nose or sinuses. The most common symptom they cause is a stuffy, runny nose. S...

    Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (Wegener's Granulomatosis) Conditions

    Some people develop a stuffy nose, cough and hoarse voice or blocked sinuses with pain in the face. Crusting and ulcers around the nostrils can occur.

    Common Cold (Upper Respiratory Tract Infections) Conditions

    Some people find they help with a stuffy nose. Rub the vapour on to the chest and/or back of the person with the cold, but avoid the area under the nose.

    Children with Breathing Difficulties Conditions

    The common symptoms caused by breathing (respiratory) difficulties in children include: A runny nose, stuffy nose, blocked nose and sneezing . These symptoms are of...

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    Headache Conditions

    Often the face feels tender to pressure, particularly just below the eyes and beside the nose. You may have a stuffy nose and the pain is often worse when you bend forwards. Acute s...

    Nasal Discharge Professional

    Nasal polyps may also develop, leading to constant discharge, obstruction and anosmia. [ 8 ] They may also lead to snoring or stuffy nose and nasal obstruction. The catarrhal child is likely...

    Rhinitis and Nasal Obstruction Professional

    Chronic stuffy nose can impair normal breathing, force patients to breathe through the mouth, or cause a persistent cough, headaches and a feeling of fullness in the face.

    Allergies Conditions

    Another example is pollen, which may cause localised symptoms such as stuffy nose, itchy eyes and wheezing.  Anaphylaxis Anaphylaxis is a life-t...

    Migraine Conditions

    Poor concentration. Stuffy nose. Hunger. Diarrhoea. Tummy (abdominal) pain. Passing lots of urine. Going pale.

    Ear, Nose and Throat Examination Professional

    Ear, Nose and Throat Examination, Examination of the nose [ 1 ] Full nose examinations assess the function, airway resistance and occasionally sense of smell. , ear ...

    Nasal Polyps Conditions

    Nasal polyps are fleshy, non-cancerous (benign) swellings that grow inside the nose or sinuses. The most common symptoms they cause are a stuffy, runny nose. Steroid nasal ...

    Dealing with a Nosebleed Conditions

    Common causes of nose bleeds include a blow to the nose, sneezing, picking or blowing the nose, and high blood pressure.

    Rhinoplasty (Reduction) Conditions

    An operation called reduction rhinoplasty reduces the size of the framework of the nose over which the skin is draped. The skin itself is not touched. The frame of the nose which i...

    Rhinoplasty (Augmentation) Conditions

    They continue until the age of 16, when the nose stops growing. It is, therefore, unwise to operate before this age. Injury to the nose is a common cause of flatness.

    Nasoendoscopy Conditions

    The endoscope is passed through your nose to the space behind your nose (the nasopharynx). It is then passed down through the space behind your mouth (the oropharynx) and to your voi...

    Steroid Nasal Sprays Conditions

    A steroid nasal spray is commonly used to treat symptoms of the nose such as: Blocked nose. Runny nose. Congestion of the nose. Itchiness of the nose...

    Eustachian Tube Dysfunction Conditions

    Your doctor will want to examine your ears, but also your throat and nose. You may need to be referred to a doctor who specialises in the Ears, Nose and Throat (an ENT specialist)...

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