has anyone had surgery on their sinuses or their nose to help with allergys? i have a deviated septum and my ent wants to correct it. also have other issues like clogged sinuses all the time. anyone had good results with any kind of nose or sinus surgery for allergies??
My son in law has severe allergies and has had surgery which helped but only lasted a year or two and they had to do it again. I would ask the doctor what the chances are of having to repeat this in the future. He also had a deviated septum and clogged sinus issues.
I have a deviated septum that was found when my allergy shots started working but I still couldn't breathe through my nose. I also have mild sinus issues with them clogging and a mild infection (normally my immune system gets it under control within a week or so).
I have the surgery in a couple of weeks so I can't comment on the long term affects yet but I'm hopeful it will help!
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