Anyone can have a deviated septum and that includes children. In fact, there are only two ways to get a deviated septum. You are either born with one or it is caused by an injury. Children born with a deviated septum often have trouble breathing and they also tend to breathe loudly. The good news is that a deviated septum can usually be fixed with surgery.
- Q How do other illnesses affect nose disorders?
- Q What causes a deviated septum?
- Q What can I do about my runny nose?
- Q What are sinuses and where are they located?
- Q Is laryngeal papillomatosis considered a nose disorder?
- Q Can nose disorders be prevented?