Blood pressure has nothing to do with the size of your nose.
No bone in nose
there isn't a bone in the nose, only cartilage.
Allergies maybe? Possible sinus infection? Over use of nasal spray? (this can burn your sinus and cause pain like you describe.)
This is possible although not usual. The sinuses are located along the cheek bone, the forehead and the sides of the nose. Enough pressure in the sinuses could cause pressure that the brain then misinterprets as a sore temple.
The bone inside the nose is the vomer.
There IS a nose bone, in fact it's called the nasal bone at the top of the nose. It's a short bone that doesn't extend the length of the nose. At the end of the nasal bone is where the cartilage starts. You can find anatomical pictures on google for a visual.
The primary bone in the septum of the nose is called the vomer bone. The other bone in the nasal septum is called the ethmoid bone.
A nose is made up manly of cartilage which can bend unlike bone. Your ears are made up of cartilage. Your nose does have a bone in it but it is located at the top of the bridge of the nose close to the skull.
No, the bone-like material in the outer ear and tip of the nose is cartilage.
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It is not a bone and it is called cartilage.
Owen Wilson broke his nose when he was a teenager. While his nose is fine now, it never set back properly 100%. Owen also has an extra bone in the nose, which explains why it looks broken and misplaced.
This really borders on the edge of impossibility. Given the that nose is made of cartilage and there is bone between the nose and the brain, it is not likely that anything could possibly make it through bone into the brain. The link below will explain it.
No, you don't have a nose bone. The hard surface you feel on your nose is cartilage, a kind of soft tissue. There are also cartilage on your ear. If your nose was made of bone, then you wouldn't be able to move it, same with your ears.
There is no bone in your nose. It may look or seem like there is but it is only cartilage.
There is a bone in the nose and that is what breaks. See the link below ( elevating a fractured nose)
the softer version of the hard bone found in the nose and ears is call cartilege, but this soft bone can also be found in the nose
The human nose has a framework constructed of cartilage, not bone.
Approximately the top 1/4 ot the external part of the nose is made of bone and the whole od the internal nasal cavity is within bone but the main part of the external nose is cartillage. yes it has a small bone
Depends on the angle it got struck from and how hard. If it was strait into the face it could cause death from a bone going into the brain. IF its from the side it could just brake the nose.
It probably means you hurt it, if not, it must be infected. Infections have to see a doctor, or it can lead to something serious. Or, you have allergies to something. Maybe you've blown your nose to much, or hit your nose, I don't know. Think of what has happened to you- and that nose of yours- that could cause this. (Also, there's no bone in your nose. It's called cartilage)
Cartilage is present in the bridge of nose.