Hello, I have this issue with my nose where I have green mucus every winter. I've had this for two years now ever since I got this really bad inflection last year. I kept blowing my nose and one of my ears got inflammed from all of the blowing. It comes every winter since I was 10 but it just recently turned green last year around the same time. My doctor told me it was an allergy but I really doubt it as none of my 5 brothers and two sisters have the same problem. It came back this year around the same time. I suspect this is from dryness as I live in Canada and winter removes the moister from the air. One side of my nose is really red and inflamed. Please help me find out what causes this.View Thread
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