Nasal congestion can be treated with over-the-counter medication, prescription drugs, or even surgery as a last resort. But now, an FDA- approved therapy means patients can be treated in the doctor's office and avoid the unpleasant side effects and recovery time of an invasive treatment. David Gorovoy has had a tough time breathing through his nose for years. It's especially hard on this medical resident who is often on duty or on call. #doctoroffice
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Nasal congestion can be treated with over-the-counter medication, prescription drugs, or even surgery as a last resort. But now, an FDA- approved therapy means patients can be treated in the doctor's office and avoid the unpleasant side effects and recovery time of an invasive treatment. David Gorovoy has had a tough time breathing through his nose for years. It's especially hard on this medical resident who is often on duty or on call. #doctoroffice



Nasal congestion can be treated with over-the-counter medication, prescription drugs, or even surgery as a last resort. But now, an FDA- approved therapy means patients can be treated in the doctor's office and avoid the unpleasant side effects and recovery time of an invasive treatment. David Gorovoy has had a tough time breathing through his nose for years. It's especially hard on this medical resident who is often on duty or on call.

Nasal congestion can be treated with over-the-counter medication, prescription drugs, or even surgery as a last resort. But now, an FDA- approved therapy means patients can be treated in the doctor's office and avoid the unpleasant side effects and recovery time of an invasive treatment. David Gorovoy has had a tough time breathing through his nose for years. It's especially hard on this medical resident who is often on duty or on call.

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