Why would my nose be sore to the touch?

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A nose that is sore to the touch can be caused by several different conditions. One of the most obvious causes of a sore nose is one that is tender from the effects of sneezing, and having to blow and wipe the nose due to hay fever or other allergic reactions. A nose that is sore to the touch can also be caused by having a herpes simplex outbreak. A herpes simplex outbreak is nothing other than a cold sore. But if the cause of the soreness can't be pinpointed or if the situation persists, it is important to consult a physician about the problem.
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