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Nose Breathing trouble and hyperventilation

Hello,

I have trouble breathing through my nose since I fell on it. The ent I saw didn't find anything worrying but I have the feeling of a blockage of air in the face area. It's just as if some muscles near the nose were remaining contracted. As a consequence, I need to breath through my mouth and I'm in hyperventilation. My jaw is tight, Its like my body can't relax.

Thank you for your help
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replied February 16th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i think you need an otolaryngological opinion for it. It could be a surgically correctable cause like deviated nasal septum behind it.

Take care


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