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What is pimple in the nose?

A pimple is a tiny pustule that develops due to blocked sebaceous glands or infected hair follicles. The nasal cavity is lined by numerous hair follicles and hence, the occurrence of a pimple is not uncommon. Even though it's not embarrassing to look at, the pain is quite distressing for the individual suffering from it.

What are its main signs and symptoms?

Pimples are usually tiny and ones inside the nose feel like tiny bumps that might give intermittent mild pain. However, if a pimple becomes infected through touch of a poking instrument, it can lead to a pustule and finally, an abscess. The abscess can be very painful and lead to pus-like discharge later on. Itching, redness, and heat on the affected area are the symptoms.

What are the main causes?

An infected hair follicle, also known as a furuncle, is one of the common causes for pimple in the nose. Other causes include, inflamed hair follicle called folliculitis and cellulitis which is an infection of the skin. A pimple can also result from an ingrowing hair.

How is it diagnosed and treated?

Symptom presentation and examining the nasal cavity by a specialist can confirm the diagnosis. Most pimples when left alone, resolve on their own. It may take a period of 7-10 days for a pimple to heal. However, if there is formation of pus, or development of fever a doctor should be consulted. Treatment mainly involves antibiotics for a period of 5 days. Most cases resolve with antibiotics, however, some require pus drainage. An untreated infected pimple can be risky as some nasal veins are connected to the brain and hence, a blood clot formation may occur. Self-care involves avoid picking nose frequently, getting hair removal by an expert, using warm compresses to ease out the pain, and applying coconut oil internally which is known to provide relief.

  1. Medicines for Pimple in Nose

Medicines for Pimple in Nose

Medicines listed below are available for Pimple in Nose. Please note that you should not take any medicines without doctor consultation. Taking any medicine without doctor's consultation can cause serious problems.

Medicine NamePack SizePrice (Rs.)
Blumox CaBLUMOX CA 1.2GM INJECTION 20ML103
BactoclavBACTOCLAV 1.2MG INJECTION99
Mega CvMEGA CV 1.2GM INJECTION98
AzibactAzibact 100 Mg/5 Ml Redimix Suspension21
AtmAtm 100 Mg Tablet Xl20
Erox CvEROX CV DRY SYRUP45
MoxclavMoxclav 1.2 Gm Injection95
NovamoxNOVAMOX 500MG CAPSULE 10S0
Moxikind CvMoxikind Cv 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection101
PulmoxylPulmoxyl 250 Mg Tablet Dt50
AzilideAzilide 100 Mg Redimix22
ZithroxZithrox 100 Mg Suspension20
AzeeAZEE 100MG DRY 15ML SYRUP27
ClavamCLAVAM 1GM TABLET 10S223
AdventAdvent 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Dry Syrup47
AugmentinAUGMENTIN 1.2GM INJECTION 1S105
ClampCLAMP 30ML SYRUP45
AzithralAzithral XL 200 Liquid 60ml152
MoxMox 250 mg Capsule27
Zemox ClZemox Cl 1000 Mg/200 Mg Injection135
P Mox KidP Mox Kid 125 Mg/125 Mg Tablet12
AceclaveAceclave 250 Mg/125 Mg Tablet85
Amox ClAmox Cl 200 Mg/28.5 Mg Syrup39
ZoclavZoclav 500 Mg/125 Mg Tablet159

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