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When I told my primary care doctor that, he said rather firmly that many, many people had deviated septums and it was not a big deal. That surgery was not necessary and that I should take nasal inhalers that cleared my nasal passages - since I was a snorer at night. Is it a lifestyle surgery, or something that I should get done? I realize it depends on the severity of my deviation, but curious what some of the risks may be if I do undergo surgery. Do most people get the surgery done? I am a snorer at night. I am of normal weight. I don't take any medications other than nexium.
You are spot on that it all depends on severity and other potential contributing factors. Best to see a specialist for this. Operative are similar to most any operation and can include bleeding, infection, and healing problems. Snoring can be
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