There are many reasons why this could happen. It might be that you have allergies and/or anatomical issues exacerbating the situation. I would recommend that you see an ENT surgeon who can best diagnose after a complete examination. Good luck!
Thanks for your question. Sounds like you do indeed have a turbinate problem but you may also have allergies and sinus issues as well. I'd start by visiting an ENT doc who can adequately evaluate your symptoms. You should be able to get some relief with medications alone, but sometimes turbinate reduction surgery is necessary. Check out my blog post for more info. Good luck!