Nasal and sinus cancer affects the nasal cavity (the space behind your nose) and the sinuses (small, air-filled cavities inside your nose, cheekbones and forehead).
It’s a rare type of cancer that most often affects men aged 50-60.
Nasal and sinus cancer is different to cancer in the area where the nose and throat connect. This is called nasopharyngeal cancer.
The most common symptoms of nasal and sinus cancer are:
-a persistent blocked nose, which usually only affects one side
-mucus draining from the nose, which may be blood-stained
-a decreased sense of smell
These symptoms can be similar to more common and less serious conditions, such as a cold or sinusitis.
At a later stage, symptoms can include:
-pain or numbness in the face
-swollen glands in the neck
-partial loss of vision or double vision
-a bulging or persistently watering eye
-a lump or growth on your face, nose or roof of your mouth
Apply the Nose Bleed Roller over the nose and neck, to manage nosebleeds.
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