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Did nose sinus and concha removal 2 month ago. I am all right but last 2 days having cold cough. Nose blocked. What should I do ? Help
Did septoplasty 3 week ago.Lt side dns, rt side concha bulossa. Still can't breathe from rt side.Pressure on rt side. What to do?
Why there is no guarantee operation of concha bulossa nose ! operation may help me or not. ! which issue not solved after operation?
Any operation: No guarantee , as each has risks and rewards, in your case the turbinates ( or concha ) are filled with air, results in nasal obstruction , ; sinus infections , by endoscopic surgery size could be reduced , will enable you to breath better., speak p your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Air: It means that there is an air pocket in one of the structures in your nose. It can cause blockage but most of the time it is a variant of normal. ...Read more
I had done surgery of sinus and concha bulossa yesterday..my Uvula size changed and so big that it can touch my tongue... Is this normal?
Uvula: Can happen from the tube in your throat. Gently Gargle with salt water three times a day. Usually slowly goes away. Give. A call to the surgeon as well ...Read more
Done concha bulossa removal Rt nose 2 months ago.I 50% right now.but still breathing problem .feeling pressure on Rt side. How long it takes to heal?
Obstruction: There are various causes for nasal obstruction: septal deviation, turbinate hypertrophy/bullosa, polyps, tumors, inflammation (allergic and infectious). Nasal saline irrigations and steroid spray can help. Have your otolaryngologist (ENT) re-evaluate with intranasal examination. ...Read more
Anatomically related: A concha is an older term for the turbinate. There are three of them; the inferior which is a bone covered with mucous membrane and stands alone, and the middle and superior turbinates, which are are part of the ethmoid bone. Nasal polyps do not arise from these turbinates but from the mucosa lateral to the middle or superior turbinates. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers