A member asked:

My son has just had surgery for a deviated septum and turbinates reductions. he can't breath through the stents. any advice to help him?

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Dr. James Ferguson answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

For the short term, one must learn to mouth breathe during stenting and hope the issue resolves when they are removed.

Answered Mar 19, 2015

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