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1,436 Possible Causes for Long Nose

  • Common Cold

    What are the symptoms of a cold, and how long until they appear?[vicks.com] Ease your symptoms with rest, fluids, over-the-counter medicine, and blowing your nose. Questions to ask your doctor How long will my cold or flu symptoms last?[familydoctor.org] Inhaling droplet nuclei, smaller infectious particles suspended in the air for long periods of time. Prevention.[factmonster.com]

  • Bronchitis

    Long-term lasting from at least three months within two consecutive years Chest tightness or pain Persistent fatigue Swelling of ankles, feet, and (sometimes) legs Acute[verywell.com] "You introduce infection-causing germs through your nose, your mouth, your eyes.[aarp.org] Initially, it affects your nose, sinuses, and throat and then spreads to the lungs.[uclahealth.org]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Long-term lasting from at least three months within two consecutive years Chest tightness or pain Persistent fatigue Swelling of ankles, feet, and (sometimes) legs Acute[verywell.com] , symptoms such as an ongoing cough may persist long after the infection is gone.[medicalnewstoday.com] It is possible that having irritated bronchial tubes for as long as a few months may inspire asthmatic conditions in some patients. [ citation needed ] In addition, if one[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    It can have an immediate effect to clear a blocked nose. However, the effect does not last very long.[patient.info] Ease your symptoms with rest, fluids, over-the-counter medicine, and blowing your nose. Questions to ask your doctor How long will my cold or flu symptoms last?[familydoctor.org] If you use a decongestant nasal spray for more than 5-7 days, you may feel that your nose is becoming more blocked. This is called a rebound effect.[patient.info]

  • Viral Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

    It can have an immediate effect to clear a blocked nose. However, the effect does not last very long.[patient.info] If you use a decongestant nasal spray for more than 5-7 days, you may feel that your nose is becoming more blocked. This is called a rebound effect.[patient.info]

  • Rosacea

    These abnormal rosacea capillaries can be large, long and straight, especially in the nose creases.[drbaileyskincare.com] Complications People with long-term severe rosacea (usually men) sometimes develop a distinctive, red swollen or bulbous nose, with enlarged pores.[mydr.com.au] Rosacea is a chronic (long term) skin condition characterised by a red facial rash.[southerncross.co.nz]

  • Adenovirus Infection

    […] and throat when your child retains the adenovirus for a long time without major symptoms What causes an adenovirus infection?[childrenshospital.org] Adenoviruses spread very easily from one person to another and can survive for a long time on objects.[vdh.virginia.gov] […] swelling, knees flexed to chest, loud cries from pain, weakness and lethargy Chronic infection of the tonsils and adenoids lymph-like gland that is located in the back of the nose[childrenshospital.org]

  • Hyperventilation

    Take breaths that last as long as 12 seconds or more. One way is as follows: Breathe in through your nose slowly for 5 seconds.[calmclinic.com] Make sure that he inhales and exhales slowly, and coach him to repeat as long as needed, since you won’t see an instant change.[webmd.com] Hold for three seconds (as long as this doesn’t feel excessively uncomfortable) Breathe out through pursed lips for 7 seconds.[calmclinic.com]

  • Sexually Transmitted Disease

    Used with permission Figure 15 This patient presented with a gumma of nose due to a long standing tertiary syphilitic Treponema pallidum infection.[web.archive.org]

  • Sinusitis

    […] sinus infection, including: Congestion Drainage Pressure in the forehead, nose, and behind the eyes Orbital apex syndrome is also characteristic of the chronic sinus infection[upmc.com] Even when a few creep into the sinuses, they don't cause trouble, as long as they keep draining into the nose along with mucus.[health.harvard.edu] Diagnosing Sinus Infections Correspondingly, millions of dollars are spent in search for a long-term effective treatment.[sinusinfectionhelp.com]

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