"I had a turbunate reduction 8 weeks ago. I am suffering with burning, dryness, and feeling of my nose being too wide open. Is there anyone in Colorado experiencing the same? I need support. I hope I heal "
If you still check this. I had same procedure. It's been two weeks. Stints out a week ago. I'm in Colo and this cold dry air feels like its searing the lining of my sinuses. I can't breathe through my nose unless I wear a bandanna around my face. It's very painful without something over my nose. I also feel I can't get enough air. Please tell me this will go away.
I had my inferior turbinates reduced 3 weeks ago and i see very little improvement i often get in one nostril and it tends to switch sides. I just wanted to know how long it took you to recover from the surgery
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