child suffering from symptoms of a deviated septumA septum is the cartilage and bone wall that divides your nose into a right and left nostril. For most people, it’s not centered or is crooked, and they have a deviated septum. It’s usually not severe enough to cause problems, but if it’s crooked or off center to a significant degree, a deviated septum can make breathing through the nose difficult.

Many parents wonder if their child could be suffering from a deviated septum and if so, they want to know the signs they should be looking for.

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