It may be part of your uticaria. Everyone in my family has horrible allergies and our noses don't get red unless we rub them or blow them.
When you nose gets red, do you take note of what you're doing or what you're eating to see if there is a common link?
The reason I ask is because I have Rosacea and I find that when I do certain things or eat certain things, it makes my nose get redder than normal. But definitely go back to the doctor and find out the possible causes.
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