Dry Nostrils

Dry nostrils refer to the lack of moisture in both nostrils. Allergies and medical conditions like Sjogren's syndrome can lead to dry nostrils. People who smoke tobacco are also more prone to having dry nostrils. Humidifiers, nasal sprays, and petroleum jelly are used to manage dry nostrils.

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Why am I having dryness in nose with headache and pain in right ear?

Query: Hi doctor, I have a problem in the sinus with burning. It causes headaches. The nose is very dry and I have pain in my right ear.   Read Full »

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Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You have severe allergic rhinitis with associated sinusitis. Before going to the treatment, I explain the cascade of events in a simple manner. Exposure to dust can initiate the reflex such as sneezing to remove the offending agent out. If this fails, the mucosal cells ...  Read Full »

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