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What are the symptoms of a deviated septum?

It is common for people suffering from a deviated septum to have trouble breathing through their nose. This may involve one nostril or both depending on the extent of your deviation. Similarly, you may find that breathing through your nose is noisier than it should be. Other common symptoms include nasal congestion, nosebleeds, and persistent sinus infections. If you have symptoms of a deviated septum make an appointment to discuss them with your doctor.

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