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Deviated Nasal Septum

When your nasal septum, which is the wall separating the nasal passages, is displaced to one side, it is called deviated nasal septum. This displacement makes one nasal passage smaller than the other. The symptoms associated with it are blocked one or both nostril, nosebleed, loud breathing, and being aware of one's breath.

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I have been suffering from deviated septum for four years. Can homeopathy help?

Query: Hi doctor, I have been suffering from deviated septum for four years. Can homeopathy cure my deviated septum completely? Please suggest. Thank you.  Read Full »

Dr. Kavita Rajput

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Thanks for preferring icliniq for your health consultation. Deviated nasal septum is a physical deformity in the bone that may develop after an injury or be congenital. If you are suffering from post symptoms of deviated septum like obstruction, sneezing, sinusitis,...  Read Full »

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