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Eye Problems From A Deviated Septum
I have pain on right side of face including eyes, upper jaw, head. I was told I have deviated septum. This type of pain comes during June, July.
Or eye bags caused by the congestion from allergies.
Getting the deviated septum fixed might help with the congestion, with nose breathing and may also help with the post-nasal drip, but it won't help with the eye bags, allergic shiners. ...Read more
Have I.H. and deviated septum on l. side. Weird smell, used netti pot, fluid come out left side but not right. Bad pressur in ears/eyes/l.side of head?
Septal deviation: See ENT to examine and offer a surgical option. ...Read more
Deviated septum, very bad bloodshot eyes, over breathing/hyperventilation syndrome, extreme panic attacks. What can my doctor test for?
Pressure/pain on side of my nose and behind eye. I also occasionally get ear aches. ENT said it was from deviated septum? Could it b something else?
I have got pain in the right side of my face, deviated septum, tingling on the tongue on the same side on and off, painunder and above the right eye, painful tonsil under the cheek, chronic ct, light sinus and stinky snot. Any naturaltreatments?
Infection: You should see a md as soon as possible. It sounds like you have a infection. ...Read more
I know from a cat scan of my head that I have a deviated septum and narrower than normal turbinate. What does that mean?
Deviated septum: A deviated septum is not an uncommon problem. It can lead to nasal obstruction, snoring and even sinus issues. You only need surgery if you are having symptoms. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. A narrow turbinate is not an issue. ...Read more
I am suppose to have ballon surgery and repair deviated septum without stints, have bad head cold do I need to have surgery?
Septoplasty: You need to discuss these issues with your surgeon. ...Read more
Head-butt to left side of nose, instant headache, can't breathe out of right side. Is this a deviated septum?
Could be: What you are describing certainly sounds like it could be the result of a fractured septum. If happened recently, may be due to swelling, but either way, should be evaluated by a professional who does nasal surgery to rule out a septal hematoma (blood clot). If untreated, can result in long term damage. Early intervention works best to treat most fractures. ...Read more
I have deviated septum (left nostril smts fully blocked).last time I flew, during descent I had strong pain in neck&left side of head. Is it dangerous?
See ENT doctor: You symptoms might be related to a sinus condition. You should go see an ENT. If your sinuses are unable to equalize pressure by allowing the air to freely move in/out, you might then experience similar symptoms when you change altitude. ...Read more
Maybe so: You very well may have a deviated septum accounting for your nasal obstruction. However, there are many other conditions which might cause nasal obstruction such as nasal polyps, allergic rhinitis, enlargement of the nasal turbinate tissue, and others. You should see an ENT physician to answer your question. ...Read more
I wanted to know that can a deviated septum be fixed without a surgery because the problem with my nose is that there is a bit of skin sticking out
Surgery could fix both problems.
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Been having problems breathing due to deviated septum for years but its got so bad I cant sleep. I have no insurance is there any other way to fix this?
Not due to septum: May be due to severe allergies, get it checked in clinic or ER ...Read more
I have had this green, sticky, and smelly snot for almost a year now. I had a deviated septum surgery years back, any idea as to the problem?
Sinusitis?: You still may have difficulties with the sinuses that is contributing to the green smelly snot. This will likely require further evaluation and possible treatment. ...Read more
I have constant problems breathing out of my left nostril, but I'm not stuffed up. Could it be a deviated septum?
Done septopasty 1 week ago. Still breathing problem. Is this normal? If not then when will it be healed? Rt nasal blockage left deviated septum. Pls?
Do I really need septoplasty? I have a lot of sinus problems and a deviated septum, but I can breath. I don't think I breath as well as other people do, but I can breath. I have other problems that might contribute to my sinus issues like allergies and h
I have a deviated nasal septum, which is giving breathing problems. What can I do to alleviate the breathing?
Deviated septum: A deviated septum is not an uncommon problem. It can lead to nasal obstruction, snoring and even sinus issues. You only need surgery if you are having symptoms. If there are symptoms like nasal obstruction, snoring or recurrent sinusitis, have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more
Too little info: Not sure if you are asking about surgical recovery? It also depends on your specific situation including anatomy, other medical issues, allergies. ...Read more
How can I know if my breathing problem is due to a deviated septum or collapsed tissue or throat?
Deviated septum: This can only be determined by physical examination. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more
6 months pharyngitis with occasional throat blood. PNS CT scan result Deviated nasal septum 'S' shaped with bony spur. What is the underlying problem?
Why does deviated septum problem sometimes rises up with ageing, while it goes unnoticed in childhood?
When I exercise and breather through right nostril, I get headaches, a problem with my sinuses? I have deviated nasal septum. Should rinse them?
You have a deviated: Nasal septum with symptoms and suffering from them, rinsing may just give temporary relief. Best thing to do right now is to see an ENT (ears, nose, throat specialist) to fix your nose which will then correct your problem and have a life. ...Read more
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