I Have a Broken Nose and I Get Alot of Headache. Can It Be Cuz of my Broken Nose?
Broken Nose Causing Headaches?
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Broken nose and headaches,
A recent or an old nasal fracture can cause headaches. The bottom line is, you need to be evaluated by a physician to determine if the broken nose is indeed the cause of your headaches or if there is another cause.
Headaches after Broken Nose
You should really seek medical evaluation if you have continued headaches after a broken nose. You may have a another injury which was not identified at the time of your broken nose or you may have a complication from your broken nose. Either way, you should be seen by your doctor for evaluation. Good luck.
Headaches After Broken Nose
I am getting a headache just thinking about your question! If your headaches persist, you should be examined by a physician to make sure that you are okay...Okay? If your nasal septum was dislocated and is pressing against your nasal turbinates, that could result in persistent headaches. I hope that you are well and that by the time you read this your headaches have gone away for good. Be well.
Hope you didn't watch the Cowboy-Redskin game tonight, your headache would be worse!
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Broken Nose and Headaches
Regardless of when you suffered the nasal fracture, see a physician. If the accident was recent, headaches can be secondary to the head trauma and should be evaluated immediately. If you're talking about an old fracture, there is no urgency; however, nasal obstruction may compromise aeration of your sinuses, causing headaches.
Nasal fracture and headaches
Obviously if this is recent trauma you certainly can have headaches. You should have this checked out.
Yes, it can, but better make sure that's all it is!
Yes, you can have pain and headaches after a broken nose, however, you might also have a concussion if the fracture was recent. I urge you to see a physician and let them know the symptoms you are having.
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