Weight Loss to Improve Deviated Septum Symptoms
Jun07

Weight Loss to Improve Deviated Septum Symptoms

According to Mayo Clinic website, deviated septum is a medical condition that is characterized by a displacement of the nasal septum (thin wall that separates the left nostril from the ride) to one side. Normally, the nasal septum is centrally located in the nose, which can separate both sides of the nostrils equally. However, in people with deviated septum, the nasal septum becomes crooked, making the passage of one side of the...

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Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum
May12

Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum

Broken nose or nasal fracture can cause deviated septum when left untreated. According to Mayo Clinic website, the term nasal fracture is referred to a crack or break in any of the bones in the nose, as a result of a trauma or accident. Symptoms of a nasal fracture include nose tenderness, crooked nose, epistaxis or nosebleeds, and runny nose. Aside from those mentioned symptoms of a broken nose, it can also lead to nasal swelling,...

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Tests, Diagnosis and Prevention of a Deviated Septum
Oct09

Tests, Diagnosis and Prevention of a Deviated Septum

What is a Deviated Nasal Septum? A deviated septum is a medical condition which is quite common. People who suffer from the condition tend to have septum’s which are deviated from the central midline. Most of the people who have a deviated septum have no side effects since the deviation is usually not severe. In some cases when the septum is abnormally deviated, it causes side effects such as: Recurring nose bleeds Headaches Snoring...

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What is a Deviated Septum?
Sep27

What is a Deviated Septum?

Did you hear the words “Deviated Septum”, and are wondering what exactly it is, then by the time you finish reading this article, you will know the basics of this condition which is quite common. Definition of a Deviated Septum   A deviated septum is defined as the deviation of the nasal septum because of which the nostrils are separated  into two unequal halves. Ideally speaking, the nasal septum should remain right at the centre of...

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