Why Does My Nose Hurt?

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The nose hurts for various reasons like dry nose, nasal stiffness, nose deformity and injury on the nose. Other causes include bleeding of the nose, nasal discharge, nasal hair pustules and common cold.
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1 Additional Answer
There are many reasons why a person's nose can hurt. Some of the reasons that may be related to this condition are external and internal trauma of the nose, contusion of the nasal area, a growth inside the nose, and even lodged object in the nasal airways. To better know what is causing the nose to hurt, it is advised to see a doctor for proper assessment and treatment if necessary.
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