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Sinusitis

Question
Posted by: Carol Schaefer | 2019/06/20

Q.

could a deviated septum cause a decline in someones ability to read?

My son had a childhood (age 8) trauma to his face with no apparent injury, Around age 12 he lost his ability to read (unable to stay focused). He lost a big part of his life as he was an avid reader. When he sneezes there is a wheezing sound but no other apparent issues with breathing. He said at one point there seemed to be a veil that came down around the time of the decline. He's been going from dr to dr with no help. His lifelong goal is to regain his ability to read. Thank you so much for any help.

Expert's Reply

A.

Sinusitis Expert
- 2019/06/21

No I think that’s highly unlikely.

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