I am experiencing difficulty breathing through nose (side: one side only). The following also describe me: Nasal congestion, Post nasal drip, and...

Obstruction. Could be septal deviation, asymmetric turbinate hypertrophy, mass lesion, unilateral sinus infection. see ENT. Get some generic farina and use every 2-4 hours for 1-3 days. Could also try saline irrigation with bulb syringe. one half teaspoon of table salt in pint of warm water.

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