Hi I think it started arnd 10yrs ago when i was arnd 18@19yrs old. It was pimple that started to coming out. But then, the bum never subsided and I think it's getting bigger and i feel like a piece of meat been stick to my nose. Second, I can't remember when this started, but I have this nasal congestion since forever, my left nostril. Sometimes, when I pinch/pull up my nose at the tip, I can breath using both nostrils.... What am I having and how to treat this?
Bulbous Nose & Nasal Congestion? (photo)
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From your posted photos and description it sounds like you have insufficient structural support to keep the nasal airway open while breathing. You will need rhinoplasty with placement of cartilage grafts to correct this and provide the necessary structural support.
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Bulbous Nose & Nasal Congestion
Based on your photos and description it appears that you have very thick skin and poor structural support of your nose. Rhinoplasty with cartilage grafting can help.
Bulbous Nose and Nasal Congestion
You are describing two separate problems. See your Dermatologist about the eruption of the nasal skin. A consult with an ENT, facial plastic surgeon, or plastic surgeon who will examine your nasal airway is necessary to diagnose the cause of your nasal congestion.
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