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Back to Health A to Z. It usually affects the back of the nose, the throat or the sinuses air-filled cavities in the bones of the face. It's often temporary, but some people experience it for months or years. This is known as chronic catarrh. Catarrh can be a nuisance and may be difficult to get rid of, but it's not harmful and there are treatments available. There are also several remedies, such as herbal medicines , available from health shops and pharmacies that claim to treat catarrh.
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Blocked ears and seasonal allergies
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Back to Allergic rhinitis. If you have allergic rhinitis, there's a risk you could develop further problems. Nasal polyps are swellings that grow in the lining inside your nose or sinuses, the small cavities above and behind your nose. They're caused by inflammation of the membranes of the nose and sometimes develop as a result of rhinitis. Nasal polyps are shaped like teardrops when they're growing and look like a grape on a stem when fully grown. They vary in size and can be yellow, grey or pink. They can grow on their own or in clusters, and usually affect both nostrils.
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Sore Throat No Fever with Nasal Congestion
Nasal congestion and discharge are extremely common problems that commonly occur together but occasionally occur alone. The most common causes of nasal congestion and discharge are the following:. Viral upper respiratory infections colds. Allergic reactions. Sinus infection sinusitis.
A sore throat is pain in the back of the throat. It can be caused by a number of things, but a cold is the most common cause. Like a sore throat, ear pain also has a few underlying causes. When an earache accompanies a sore throat, it could be a sign of tonsillitis , mononucleosis , or another condition that may require treatment.