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Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)

Epistaxis is the medical term for bleeding from the nose. It is believed that nosebleeds are caused by a broken fragile blood vessel in the nose, which could be caused by a minor injury or an infection.

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Nasal Polyps

A nasal polyp is a swelling of the lining of the nose, usually due to inflammation. They often originate from the ethmoid sinuses, which drain into the side wall of the nasal cavity.

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Nasal Injuries

An injury to your nose can cause damage to the skin, bone, cartilage or any combination of these.If you have cut your skin it will need to be cleaned and closed with either sutures or self-adhesive strips.

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Hayfever is the common name given to cold-like symptoms caused by an allergy to plant pollens which are inhaled at certain times of the year. Find out more here.

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Catarrh is a common condition but can be described as a number of different things, such as (1) the feeling of mucus at the back of your nose (2) A build-up of phlegm in your throat (3) A continuous desire to clear your throat. Find out more here.

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Septal Surgery

The septum is the partition in the middle of the nose that separates the two nostrils and is made of cartilage and bone. In some people it can be bent into one or both nostrils, which can cause a blockage in the nose and so septal surgery is required to straighten the septum. Find out more here.

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Blocked Nose

The feeling that your nose is blocked is often referred to as nasal obstruction, a stuffy nose or nasal congestion. Patients are affected by nasal obstruction in different ways. Click here to find out more.

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