Sorry to hear about your problem. The best thing to do is to speak with your doctor
. Most of what you describe sounds like it is related to the normal nasal cycle. In this cycle, which happens in most people, the different sides of your nose will engorge with blood and alternate about every couple of hours. We are not sure exactly why this happens, but it can commonly lead to symptoms that you describe, namely, intermittent and changing nasal obstruction. Lying on one side or the other is often enough to make one side feel obstructed, in the same pattern that you are describing. In other words, you are describing a somewhat common phenomena, and we need to help you be able to tolerate the symptoms. Vasomotor rhinitis is usually effectively treated with a number of medications. Some of the best are the nasal steroids and nasal anti-histamines. Your doctor may be able to make a recommendation, and an ear nose and throat surgeon
(aka ENT or otolaryngology-head and neck surgeon) may be in the best position to help you with your complaint. Please speak with your doctor about your problems, and determine if there are other medical or surgical options available to help you feel better.