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DNS, one nostril blocked completely, difficulty breathing with the other, vertigo. Effect of anesthesia ?

hello..I have DNS one nostril is blocked completely and now I m finding difficulty taking air from my other nostril as well....i feel exhausted when i do even little work......i have several episodes of vertigo ..........i had a cesarian delivery under general anesthesia 1 year ago...could this vertigo be effect of this general anesthesia??..... although i have 2 episodes of vertigo before this anesthesia.....but the episodes were far apart now they occur often plus i also feel dizziness all the time and these now occcur especially when i m in a close room not having fresh air.please tell what to do?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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Hi, your general anaesthesia will not lead to vertigo so long after the surgery. Please get your haemoglobin checked and if anaemia, go for a peripheral blood film examination. Regarding nasal obstruction usually there is inferior turbinate hypertrophy on the side opposite to the DNS and this leads to obstruction on both sides. Get an ENT consultation and go ahead with surgery if your doctor things so. Regards
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