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How is deviated septum treated?
A deviated septum is an extremely common condition and many people with a
deviated septum do not need treatment.
Some symptoms such as a stuffy nose or postnasal drip may be alleviated with
medication, including decongestants, antihistamines, or nasal sprays.
If a person has a deviated septum and it causes breathing problems or sleep apnea and snoring,
surgery may be recommended to repair the septum. Surgery to fix a deviated
septum is called a septoplasty, submucous resection of the septum, or septal