Quick question because I want to keep from Googling:
I've had a stuffy nose for a couple of months now. I live in a really cold climate and it's winter, so - there's that. Yet colds aren't supposed to last that long and it's often more in one nostril than the other. In the past few days I developed a nasty cough that's producing phlegm. No fever, though, and the cough isn't constant, just a few times a day, which I think means that mucus is dripping down my throat. I'm really worried about nasal cancer and so here's my question: is it common, in your experience, to go a whole winter with the same stuffy nose? I'm talking especially to those in climates where winter means that every day is below freezing. Thank you for your help. I know it's a trivial question, but Googling it will just invite the beast in.