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Bent in middle turbinate bone in nose, suffering from frequent cold. How to cure permanently ?

hello doctor..i am ILN GIRIDHAR from Hyderabad. age 23 yrs. my middle turbinate bone in the nose is bent to right side due to which i am frequently suffering with cold . this is been since 5 6 years and i have neglected it and now want to get rid of this problem permanently. my doctor suggested me for a surgery with endoscopy . is there any need to go for the surgery or are there any remedies using medicines
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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Hi there,
If i was your doctor would advise you to go for surgery as the medical treatment for such conditions is temporary. You might get temporary relief from the medicines but as soon as you will leave them you will again suffer from cold and flu like symptoms. If you want to get rid of it permanently then surgery with endoscope is the best option.
Dr. Ammar.
Answered: Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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