When I was talking to someone, saliva got into my nose a little and I still feel the burning feeling. I'm also worried if something might develop inside my nose from his mouth. Do you think I should be ok? And I can't even tell for sure if I have something appeared inside my nose or not because I don't want to put my finger inside there. Should i leave it alone instead of feeling it with finger or anything like that?
It feels like there's a scab inside my nostril or something. I dont want to touch it inside because I don't want the nostril to get bigger or anything. But I did order the saline spray from online. I'm still waiting for the saline spray to arrive.
Yes it has been examined few months ago and everything was fine. But after someone's saliva got into my nose, I feel a scab or something inside my nose. But I ordered Ocean saline from the internet last week and hopelly it will arrive soon. If not, I'll try making my own saline.
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