Ever notice how one side of your nose always seems to be more stuffed than the other? What’s up with that? Quick Questions knows!
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I only looked this video up due to this problem LOL I seen a bunch of results but since I always watch your guys's videos... Here I am LOL. I have a severe sinus infection going on... Currently my left nostril is better than my right, but last night only 12 hours ago my right nostril was good when my left wasn't
Does allergies cause a blocked nose with no other symptoms like running nose, itchy eyes & etc?.. my nose feels like its clogged 80% of the time (takes turn on each side) but I am not sick. What's going on?. Been 3 months now.
Rofjt now my ledt was fully closed so watching this video made me put spray in and now both works omg so annoying this nosal switch bc i had rhinoplasty and sometimes i doubt is is this of this if that
My sinuses have been messed up for years, if I lay with my head to the left then my left nostril gets stopped up, if I lay to the right my right nostril becomes stopped up. Ive tried everything to fix it but havent found anything yet. I use afrin almost everyday, it clears up for a few hours but comes right back. The breathe right strips work pretty good but you cant wear them all the time.
My little sister and older sister is making fun of my nose because it makes that sound where you breathe from your nose hard (having a stuffed nose) She thinks its funny but its painful, it made me mad >:(
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