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    Basically, for years now, my nose is always blocked. Its not really bad, I can usually breath through it, but I regularly need to blow my nose, and it gets really runny when I do exercise.

    Anyone know what hell is wrong with me?
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    Too much mucus...get a vix inhaler or take a contac, always works when I have a cold/flu.
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    I don't have a cold/flu though, its just always like that.

    Any other way I can stop producing so much mucus?
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    Maybe an allergy...I can't remember the last time I could breathe through my nose properly/didn't need a tissue on hand every day...all because of the damn dust.
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    Sounds like chronic sinusitis.
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    Actually, around 16/17 it didn't happen for a while? How can I find out if its a dust allergy?

    Also, another thing, if I don't talk for ages, I need to cough before I can speak properly, anyone else get that?

    This mucus thing is sounding more and more like the cause, to be honest.
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    oh my days
    u smell....but u dont know cos uv got a blocked nose....but trust u smell bares
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    Oh stop your whining, if you want to change your body, just change it, don't whine to us. Sound familiar? Not nice to be on the other end is it. Go to a damn gp, sounds like you have rhinitis.
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    I don't want to change it, it doesn't really bother me, just wondering what it is. Else I would of gone to a GP, as you say.
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    mydays, i have the same thing mate. my nose is always blocked n i always have to blow it everytime to smell stuff...i went to the GP and they just said it was a sinus problem..its not curable. but you can make it less annoying...haha not very helpful..just thought id let you know that i share your pain.
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    Think you'd need to speak to GP to determine if it was dust allergy.
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    They can do a prick test for allergies. If it is dust you just need to make sure you remove everything remotely fluffy from your room and wash your sheets every week at 60 degrees. It is actually the poo from the dust mites that causes the allergy. So you need to kill them.
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    which is nigh on impossible...
    i mean you can help yourself by using allergy covers on your bed and cleaning your room/house regularly but dust mite poo gets everywhere.
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Anyone know what hell is wrong with me?
    unfortunately there is a limit of only a few thousand characters per post on here.
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    I think i have the same thing , my nose never feels clear enough even when i dont have a cold. I went to the doctors to get it tested and he basically said; do one you drama queen.
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    (Original post by Bis)
    unfortunately there is a limit of only a few thousand characters per post on here.
    Well aren't you a funny ****er?

    Like you say fleece, if its a dust allergy I'm not even gonna bother, absolutely impossible to try and completely eliminate it.
 
 
 
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