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Unable to hold breath, heart beat raising after operation for broken nose to clear airwaves. Reason?

Hi i am 21 years of age i have had problems breathing threw my nose after i had it broken when i was just 14, since then i have had an operation to straightin it and to clear my airwaves to make it easier to breath .now since the last 3months iv notice my breathing its like i cant help to hold my breath while relaxing and this raises my hearthbeat whats this problem its so annoying
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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You must have undergone a nasal septal surgery for deviated nasal septum and may be a rhinoplasty along with if external correction has been done. Please get your nose examined for the functional aspect especially at nasal valve area which tend to get narrowed after rhinoplasty many a times. Otherwise consult a physician for chest and cardiac examination.
Answered: Fri, 4 Oct 2013
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