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Would it be possible to push my deviated nasal septum back into place?

Would it be possible to push my deviated nasal septum back into place?

Deviated septum: A deviated septum can be corrected surgically to bring the septum to the midline. If there are symptoms like nasal obstruction, snoring or recurrent sinusitis, have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. Surgery is the only treatment. ...Read more

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My nasal septum has slow on and off bleeding for more then 40 days now and blood also comes from back of nose, what could this be,? thanks

My nasal septum has slow on and off bleeding for more then 40 days now and blood also comes from back of nose, what could this be,? thanks

Nose bleed: This is likely a small vessel of the anterior portion of the nose that is "fragile" and prone to bleeding. You may want to have it looked at and cauterized so it stops bleeding. This is an easy procedure that most physicians can do, but definitely any ENT doctor. ...Read more

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5mm deviation of the nasal septum to the left?

5mm deviation of the nasal septum to the left?

Deviated septum: A deviated septum is not an uncommon problem. It describes a situation when the cartilagenous/bony wall that divides the two nostrils is not midline. It can lead to nasal obstruction, snoring & even sinus issues. You only need surgery if you are having symptoms. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more

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How does having hole in nasal septum change things?

How does having hole in nasal septum change things?

Depends on size...: Hi.
Small holes can be asymptomatic or can whistle when you breath. Medium size holes can cause nose bleeds and crusting. Larger holes can cause symptoms of nasal airway obstruction or may even result in collapse of the nasal bridge causing a saddle nose deformity. ...Read more

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5mm deviation of the nasal septum to the left. Is this serious?

5mm deviation of the nasal septum to the left. Is this serious?

Deviated septum: A deviated septum is not an uncommon problem. It describes a situation when the cartilagenous/bony wall that divides the two nostrils is not midline. It can lead to nasal obstruction, snoring & even sinus issues. You only need surgery if you are having symptoms. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. ...Read more

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What is a deviated nasal septum?

What is a deviated nasal septum?

Septum=wall in nose: Septum is the latin word for wall and the nasal septum is the wall that divides the right side of the nasal cavity from the left. When it is deviated it shifts to one side or the other. If severe, it can alter. Slow or obstruct the flow of air on one side or the other. ...Read more

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What is a perforated nasal septum?

What is a perforated nasal septum?

Hole in the nose: This can be due to trauma, a history if nose bleeds or cauderization, previous nasal surgery and sometimes an autoimmune disorder or even a malignancy (cancer). You should be evaluated by an ent! ...Read more

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Is a Nasal Septum Perforation Bad?

Is a Nasal Septum Perforation Bad?

NASAL PERFORATION: Yes NASAL PERFORATION is serious. The top causes are nose picking and cocaine use. You need a full exam and ENT consult with nasal endoscopy and CT scan. Surgery is normally required. Please get prompt attention! ...Read more

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What happens during a nasal septum repair?

What happens during a nasal septum repair?

Opens nasal airway: A deviated septum is crooked cartilage and bone inside the nose that causes blockage of the airway. The surgery involves straightening or perhaps some removal of the obstructing structures. This is typically all done from the inside without any visible scars. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a deviated nasal septum?

Nasal blockage: The most common symptom of a deviated septum is blockage of the nasal passages. This usually affects one side more than the other and never goes away. If you suffer from constant nasal blockage then you should be evaluated by a qualified ENT surgeon. ...Read more

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What are common causes of a deviated nasal septum?

What are common causes of a deviated nasal septum?

Trauma: A septum can naturally grow to one side or the other and a trauma can deviate the septum. Either way the septum that is supposed to be straight and in the middle is blocking the airway on one side or the other and rarely on both sides. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of nasal septum surgery?

What are the side effects of nasal septum surgery?

Better breathing: The best and most desirable side effect of nasal septum surgery is an improved ability to breath. That's the goal. Secondarily, your nose will have a straighter appearance. On the negative side. You can have no improvement in your airway, an persistent runny nose from poorly performed turbinate surgery or even a hole in your septum. These things shoud be rare in the hands of a good plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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I have nasal septum surgery tommorow, what happens during surgery?

Septoplasty: Septoplasty procedures differ for each patient, based on the problems and the anatomy. However, there are a few general concepts. The thin membranes covering the septum are raised off of cartilage and bone. Some of the cartilage is presenved for support, while other areas of crooked bone and cartilage are removed. The membranes are then sewn back in place. ...Read more

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Deviated nasal septum surgery, what to expect?

Septum surgery: You should expect to breath better when your nose heals. Immediately after surgery you will feel swollen and maybe clogged, especially if there are splints in your nose. It is not terribly painful in the postoperative period. ...Read more

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What are the types of physiotherapy for deviated nasal septum?

What are the types of physiotherapy for deviated nasal septum?

Septal deviation: The only treatment is surgery. Have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist, ...Read more

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When is it right to operate on nasal septum deviation?

If it bothers you: If the nasal septum deviation is bothersome and you have difficulty breathing, it may be time to have it fixed. ...Read more

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I have been diagnosed with a nasal septum midline is it serious and does need surgery or I should be concerned?

I have been diagnosed with a nasal septum midline is it serious and does need surgery or I should be concerned?

Nasal septum: A midline nasal septum should not cause a problem by itself. Serious? Surgery? Concerned?
No, you must have your doctor explain in detail what concerns, if any, are present. Only then should you be a little worried or not worried at all.
Many folks have had broken noses without issues. ...Read more

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What are the signs of a perforated nasal septum?

Bleeding and crustin: The signs of a perforated (hole in) nasal septum include nasal obstruction, scabbing, bleeding, and maybe noisy breathing. To prevent scabbing and bleeding, use saline nasal spray frequently. Keep a vaporizer in your bedroom to use at night. Go see an ENT to get a complete nasal exam. ...Read more

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What are some remedies for a deviated nasal septum?

Deviated Septum: A deviated nasal septum can make it more difficult to breathe through the nose and can make the nose look crooked. The breathing problem can be helped by surgery to remove or straighten the deviated septum. Health insurance may pay for this. Surgery can also be done to improve a crooked nose. This is a cosmetic procedure that most health insurance companies do not pay for. ...Read more

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What are the chances of a recurring deviated nasal septum?

What are the chances of a recurring deviated nasal septum?

Uncommon: Recurrence of septal deviation is uncommon, but does happen occasionally due to the healing processes involved. Discuss this with your doctor befoer surgery. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: nasal septum repair?

What is the definition or description of: nasal septum repair?

Septoplasty: Deviated nasal septum can result in nasal airway obstruction that can cause snorring, sore throat and discomfort in long running. Correction entails septoplasty, which is removal of the obstructing segment of the septum - so called - septoplasty. Very often, nasal obstruction involves also turbinate hypertrophy. This necessitate partial turbinectomy. Otherwise, the airway can still be obstructed. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Deviated nasal septum?

What is the definition or description of: Deviated nasal septum?

Definition: A nasal septum that is not straight. One that bends and can obstruct the nasal airway. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Perforated nasal septum?

What is the definition or description of: Perforated nasal septum?

Perforated septum: This is a hole in the nasal septum which divides the nostrils into right and left passages. Perforations can occur due to trauma, overuse of vasoconstrictive medications, obsessive picking of the nose, cocaine use, and surgery. ...Read more

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Perforated nasal septum due to coke?

Perforated nasal septum due to coke?

Yes: You can get a septal perforation from snorting cocaine. ...Read more

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What should I expect during a deviated nasal septum operation?

What should I expect during a deviated nasal septum operation?

Septoplasty: Most patients are under general anesthesia for a septoplasty, Your surgeon will restore your septum to the midline using different techniques which may include removal of cartilage and bone. The incisions are closed and some surgeons place splints inside the nose while others may use packing. ...Read more

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What type of surgery is recommended for a deviated nasal septum?

Septoplasty: A deviated nasal septum is corrected by
a procedure called a septoplasty. If the septum is obstructing your breathing then your insurance will most likely pay for it. The surgery takes about an hour and there is usually very little bruising on the outside fo the nose. It will not usually change the cosmetic appearance of the nose. ...Read more

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Are there non-surgical procedures to fix my deviated nasal septum?

No: You have a mechanical [as opposed to physiologic] obstruction. This is correctable only with surgery. ...Read more

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What is a deviated nasal septum caused by?

Genetics, Trauma: Deviated septum is either caused by some form of nose trauma at any point in life, but it can also be caused by you inherited genes.
Good luck from nyc. ...Read more