I've got a very rare nose issue that I have looked into very hard online and I have seen nothing on it... Been to a specialist and even he didn't believe it was happening. It started when I was about 15 (23 now) and a drug came out that was legal called meow meow (methedrone) all my friends started taking it so, so did I. About two years later after probably doing it nearly every weekend I noticed my right nostril had caved it slightly. I didn't think much of it as I thought no way could this be happening to me. So I kept taking it but went to a specialist just to be sure he told me it was fine and that I had a deviated septum and the drugs had nothing to do with it. So I carried on taking it but didn't use my affected nostril (right side) only the left, after about another year on it I noticed my left nostril had caved in aswel so at this point I stoped using it only on special occasions. But then I started noticing very slowly my nostrils were still caving in without the drug.. Years later (now ) after I know that the problem was that any time I had sobs running from my nose (almost as like it was citric snobs) eating away at the base of my nostril causing them to cave in. Not only snobs but blood and sea water aswel. I used to have a large nose with large nostrils now I can hardly put my little finger up each one of them. The doctors don't believe this is happening to me. Never heard of it. I'm completely loosing my mind and complete depressed as Im so self conscious I've heard people talk behind my back about 'what's happened to his nose' I don't know what to do Sad ??????
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replied January 27th, 2015
Did you ever get a diagnosis?How were you taking it, was smoked? as in heating up the drug.
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