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Hi everyone hope you can help me

Hi can anyone pls help I have been taking cocaine for over 20 years, I stopped last year as I had a really bad panic attack , then lastweek I had a night out and ended up taking some and I can see a difference in my nose, also my cheek and ear feels funny , I have a dint in my check also my bite has changed my teeth feel like there falling out like getting pushed down, i don’t think I have a hole up my nose but it’s more my cheek by my ear that feels funny , hope someone understands me I’m so scared incase my nose caves , will it keep changing or will it collapse slowly , so sorry to be asking such a stupid question but I’m not in a good place because of this I keep looking in the mirror for changes
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No one can answer this question for you here.
It is best for you to see an ent - ears,nose and throat specialist.
Be totally honest with them for the best chances of healing and recovery.
Definitely don't snort anymore coke.
Have you ever attended a support or recovery group?
Had counseling?
Let us know how you are doing.
Debbie
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Hi thanks for this no not yet but will do I’m going to book for ent tomorrow thank you
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