I have worn heavy glasses from a very early age. Because of this, when I got contacts, I had permanent indentations on the bridge of my nose. This wouldn't be a problem, except that on the right side of my nose, the indentation creates a discomfort, which is very distracting and irritating and sometimes leads to headaches in the temple regions. I've also noticed that I sometimes find myself short of breath, and also that I can barely breathe through my nose at night. I have a suspicion that these two problems are related. Can anyone please help me? Especially regarding the discomfort on the bridge of my nose, which is the main problem. I thought I may have a deviated septum, yet when I went to an ENT, he said that there was nothing wrong with my nose, but he only checked my nose with a bright light and by his own eyes, and nothing more. Please help me. Thank you.
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