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... The nasal passages can become blocked by soft, fleshy, swollen turbinates, which can be caused by either allergic or nonallergic rhinitis. ... (4 replies)
Wacked in the face
May 14, 2015
... A few months ago, I got hit in the nose by a metal object. I tried to apply ice, but the ice only made the pain feel 10X worse. The next day, my face was swollen and lightly bruised around the eyes, nose, and cheeks. ... (0 replies)
... it can also cause congestions. Swollen adenoids? ... (4 replies)

... Hi Swollen Adenoids can cause blocked nose, but isn't it common for kids and rare in adults? very interested to hear how you going after the surgery. I have similar similar problems, one side blocked always at night, during the day better, but I do get blocked nose sometimes also during the day. Mine started a few years ago. Had a surgery, but for the turbinates, and... (5 replies)
... I also have swollen turbinates in both of my nostrils are very enlarged and I can not breath, smell, or taste. My septum is also slightly deviated. ... (0 replies)
... I am 24, and for about 4 years now I have had trouble smelling, swollen turbinates which cause me to sleep poorly, which in turn cause me to feel extremely fatigued which leads to feeling down or even depressed. ... (0 replies)
Swollen turbinates
Jul 13, 2008
... Dear Sir/Madam, I am an 28 yer healthy male who unfortunately abused Otrivine (oxymetazoline nasal drops) for a period of 12 months so as to fight my night time nasal congestion The last 7 months one of my nostrils is almost completely blocked-the blocked nostril is alternating and I feel pressure on that side. The blockage is there only when I lie down or sit, the... (1 replies)
... I was like you, had very swollen turbinates, and I had a horrible headache for many many years.... ... (8 replies)
... The only problem I have is the swollen turbinates. ... (8 replies)
... tors I have seen have not been much help. For the past I'd say 4 to 5 years my nose allergies have gotten worse, especially my turbinates. They always seem to be swollen but more so at night when I sleep and there in lies my biggest issue because I seem to never get a good nights sleep anymore. ... (0 replies)
... the two would not be directly connected, but have you ever been tested for allergies? I say that because the dark circles and puffy cheeks sound more like an allergic reaction. This could also cause the swelling of your turbinates. I would definitely get an allergy workup and get a CT of your sinuses to make sure there is nothing structurally wrong with your sinus cavity. ... (3 replies)
... Just to add, I have also noticed that when I massage the swollen cheak area for a few minutes, the puffiness 'deflates', but soon comes back up again. It also feels abit spongey. ... (3 replies)
... I was wondering if you think that the enlarged turbinates may also be responsible for the constantly puffy cheeks as well as the breathing problems? ... (3 replies)
... nasal so it was hard to describe.. I just looked up pictures of the turbinates and this is EXACTLY what is swollen inside my nose. ... (3 replies)
... I had a laser removal of my turbinates three years ago.. ... (0 replies)
... Having swollen turbinates for several months has caused severe discomfort. Since March I've had 2 sinus infections and bronchitus once. ... (9 replies)
... I had coblation done, but I had it done along with a septoplasty and a reduction of the middle turbinates as well. ... (8 replies)
... Did you have coblation procedure and how long did it take. Why were your turbinates swollen to begin with. Did it work for you and do you have to go for more sessions. ... (8 replies)
... The next step after that would be surgery to reduce your turbinates via coblation. ... (8 replies)
Sealed up nose
Apr 15, 2014
... I thought of trying those, but did not know whether they would be any good for a nose blocked by swollen turbinates. Interesting that you have mentioned them and will get some tomorrow and give it a try, thank you. Are the standard breathe right strips the best? ... (5 replies)


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