wow. there are lots of us. i get this too--left nostril, right handed (isn't that curious?). i think it might have something to do with dry winter air. feels like a hair or feather, but it is neither. i do have a deviated septum, but am not sure how to figure this in. i have tried most, if not all, of the remedies suggested throughout the years of this thread--and none have worked. i live in the southeast, but moved here from the northeast and have experienced this same thing in both places.
after blowing my nose to remove the what seems like gallons of runny, watery mucus, i might feel relief for two seconds--until the sneezing starts again. then the mucus outpour starts again. i do have allergies, but this seems unrelated. no suggestions (sorry), but i will keep visiting this thread for new possibilities.
i continue to marvel at the sheer number of sufferers--but it seems that many have found the problem relates to dry air--of both temperature extremes--outdoor cold, indoor heat. i concur. what surprises me is that if there are well over a hundred of us here, there have to be more out there--but doctors seem baffled and treat us like we're loony. how is it that they are unaware of this and its cause, i wonder...
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