I've never had a lump in my throat when I wake up. My sores are always inside my nostril. I also get the sores in my mouth, but they have an oral paste for that. I'm glad this was helpful to you both. View Thread
I get open sores in my nose sometimes like I do in my mouth. The problem is that there isn't a treatment that I know of for the nose sores. I was talking to someone else and they told me a simple fast way to help the sore heal and close up. They told me to take a cotton swab /q-tip and put a little dab of neosporin on it and rub that inside your nose on the sore. It feels really wierd, but it helps me every time I do it. And its an easy fast thing to try if you have this issue.View Thread
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