Re: turbinate question
Turbinate hyplasia can be caused by something affecting the tissue such as an allergy, but it can also be something just as simple as abnormal development, it may not have been triggered by anything. The mucasl lining and flesh around the turbinate can be the issue, but it could also be the underlying bone which is larger. If it's tissue, mediciation or RF reductions can be done. If it's bone, then surgery to cut some of the bone away is an option.
I had surgery done in JUne for a turbinate reduction and to correct a deviated septum. They were all put down to abnormal development along with other sinus issues.