History: I used to have several allergies/extreme septum deviation. I had a septoplasty and turbinate reduction of the right nostril. Right nostril is ***significantly*** larger than left, creating pressure difference between left/right sides.
My septum is moving when I am breathing. When the left turbinates swell up (as they do every 19 minutes), + septum moves = my left nostril gets blocked, and I can feel the septum pushing against the walls of my nose...
I am scheduled for the turbinate reduction of that nostril in hopes of fixing the problem..
Any feedback on my situation? Advice? Recommendations?
i have same problem , where before i had two septoplasty and i feel now that the septum moving during breathing , and now i had left turbinate allergied ,
what happen with you did you get turbinate reduction ?
how it was the situation after that ?
appreciate your feedback..
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