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Runny nose post DNS surgery
Hii... I have undergone a deviated nasal septum surgery last week and had heavy nasal congestion for 5 days. Now I have a constant runny nose from one side of the nose which was operated. Is this a common symptom post nasal septum surgery?? I am using decongestant spray as advised but the nose sometimes drips water like tap? Please advise if this is anything to worry about? Is this common post surgery during healing process? How long does the runny nose last?
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Post nasal surgery sometimes the nose can have features like that ... So it can be normal ... Although it's better to talk to ur doctor than just guessing ... Plz consult your ent doctor
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The surgery is only to correct your deviated septum. If u had allergy or sinusitis, it needs further treatment
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