Did the doctor call this deviated septum??? It is where the inside wall (that is supposed to go straight down the middle of your nose, inside, is not straight....but is curved more to one side....making one nostril more narrow than the other. Therefore, it is harder to breathe out of one side)
I have not heard that this contributes to headaches but I guess it could. I had deviated septum at one point but had it corrected when I had surgery for something else.
Maybe this will help your headaches...
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