Initial treatment of a deviated septum may be directed at managing the symptoms of the tissues lining the nose, which may then contribute to symptoms of nasal obstruction and drainage...Medications are only a temporary fix, however, and won't correct a deviated septum...If you still experience symptoms despite medical therapy, you may consider surgery to correct your deviated septum (septoplasty)...Consult your doctor as you are facing problems even after medical treatment.
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