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    Basically I broke my nose years ago and never got it fixed but since it happened I've had a really nasal voice. The doctor told me a few days ago that I have deviated septum which basically means there's something wrong with my nasal bone and the cartilage and it's blocking one of my nostrils almost completely which explains why I sound so nasal/high pitched. The procedure I'm having is called septoplasty which will hopefully repair it all. I'm just interested to know who else has had this procedure or if you know anyone that has. What the recovery time was and was there a noticeable difference in your voice? Thanks
 
 
 
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