What causes a painful bump inside the nose?

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The most common cause of bumps inside the nose is an infection of the hair follicle, which is known as folliculitis. Painful bumps in the nose can also be caused by irritation from blowing one's nose too often or from severe allergies. The bumps normally go away on their own and are rarely serious. It is not advised that the bumps be squeezed or picked as this can worsen the condition and also cause an infection.
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