welcome to healthcaremagic.com. would advise you to get a ct scan
of the nose and paranasal sinuses
done to confirm the septum deviation,sinusitis
and any other problem.If septum is deviated so much causing nasal blockade Such a condition is best treated by an operation called a septoplasty
, where the surgeon frees and straightens the septum, thus improving the nasal airway. Medication has little role to play unless there is superadded infection or allergy
. Septoplasty surgery is very effective in the appropriate setting and the cost would depend on the individual surgeon, the nature of anaesthesia (local or general) and the hospital where it is carried out.Take care.
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