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I am 36 years old with my left inside nose tilted due to enlarged bone since my childhood. Though the growth is constant now but I feel problem taking complete breath and suffer from mild asthma also. Please suggest should I go for surgery or medicines are there to correct it completely.

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Hello lybrate-user, the symptom you narrate point towards DEVIATED NASAL SEPTUM, which is usually by birth, this could be helped better by homoeopathic medical, which could provide you good symptomatic treatment, and if it is terribly troublesome to you than surgery is the last option.
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Since you have asthma also so you need to be on medicine continuously even though the surgery will help partially.
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