Why Deviated Septum Patients Have Migraines – Houston’s Migraine Specialist

Why Deviated Septum Patients Have Migraines – Houston’s Migraine Specialist


These people have migraines or as I like to call them really migraine like headaches because often times you get a injury to the nose it doesn’t mean you broke the nose it means you got hit on the nose and when that happens the cartilage of the septum can become bent. The first trauma we all go through is coming through the birth canal in fact 27% of newborns have a deviated septum. As you get into adulthood you have other factors that come into play like sports injuries, car accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents or uh athletic injuries. And those lead us to have 44% of adults to have a deviated septum. And so what it does is the septum becomes bent it touches some sensitive tissues in the nose and that triggers headaches that are normally uh confused or misdiagnosed as being a migraine. Call the Smith Center Today. It’s time to start looking your best and feeling your best.

5 comments on “Why Deviated Septum Patients Have Migraines – Houston’s Migraine Specialist

  1. U Gamer Post author

    Any one tested out the Sinuzolax Miracle (google search it)? I have heard numerous amazing things about this popular sinusitis treatment.

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  2. rahees mkd Post author

    Anyone know what is Sinuzolax Miracle about? I hear lots of people cure their sinusitis naturally with Sinuzolax Miracle (search on google).

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  3. Mellow Mike Post author

    Look it up—most people have a deviated septum to some degree. But many of them have no breathing problem. You can have a deviated septum and it your breathing problems could still be caused by something else. A doctor who actually cares about your safety will try EVERYTHING else before cutting you open. And please never get surgery on your turbinates—it can result in a condition called Empty Nose Syndrome which is very horrible to live with.

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  4. Elijah Angel Post author

    i have a deviated septum and i get bad migranes but i feel like its from lack of breathing

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