It has been suggested that a contact point between the nasal septum and lateral wall of the nose can cause an episodic or chronic form of daily headache. As the nasal septum and turbinates are supplied by the trigeminal nerve headaches can result when these structures are perturbed. A 31-year-old pregnant woman developed new one sided headaches because of a contact point syndrome induced by nasal mucosal swelling of pregnancy.

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