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I have nasal polyps and don't want the surgery. Are there natural remedies or other ways to reduce them? Apple cider vinegar, castor oil. Others??
Absolutely not: Nasal polyps arise from the lateral wall of the nose. If you try to remove them blindly, you could develop serious eye complications. See an ENT doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Nasal polyps: Sometimes. I have often had success avoiding surgery by treating polyps with short periods of steroids, then placing patients on a steroid nasal spray to diminish recurrence. This does not work with everyone, in which case surgery may be needed. Even then, I tell patients to think of surgery as a "haircut, " since polyps have a tendency to recur. Www. Mainlineent. Com. ...Read more
Rarely: Nasal polyposis is a benign inflammatory disease that arises from the lateral wall of the nose and usually causes nasal obstruction and if large enough causes anosmia (decrease in smell). These grape-like swollen tissues rarely if ever cause pain. If you have pain with nasal polyps, you may have sinusitis, which may be painful. See an ENT physician. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how extensive the procedure and who is doing it. In my patients they have sponge in their nose overnight. That sponge is removed the next morning and they can go about their regular activities. Usually it takes a few days to feel "normal." I ask them not to engage in any activities that raise their blood pressure in the first week including sexual relations. ...Read more
Depends: That depends on the size, location, and number of polyps. There are several things you can try, which includes twice a day, salt water saline lavage, antihistamines, decongestants, inhaled nasal spray etc. But you need to see doc and ENT specialist and further work to make sure they are not blocking your sinuses by doing endoscopy. ...Read more
Not likely: Nasal polyps usually are slow growing and associated with increasing nasal congestion and blockage, increased postnasal drainage and in the most severe cases, sinus infections. They are not vascular so are not associated with strokes. ...Read more
Yes: See an ENT doctor for evaluation and treatment options. ...Read more
Rarely: Unlike the normal nasal mucosa, which is rich in blood supply, a nasal polyps is usually poorly vascular and rarely if ever bleeds. If you have nasal polyposis and believe your are bleeding from them, see an ENT doctor ASAP. ...Read more
Not to cure them: Balloon sinuplasty is a nice way of opening blocked sinuses. Polyp disease is not an issue of blocked sinuses the way pain or recurrent infection might be. Polyps are from nasal and sinus inflammation. The balloon procedure won't stop your particular nose from being inflamed. Removing the polyps and opening the sinuses combined with medication, oral and intranasal, long term is the best treatment. ...Read more
Nasal Polyps: The nasal choncha or turbinates are normal anatomic structures that swell up and down with allergies, viruses and infections and are sometimes mistaken for polyps wich are abmormal growths in suseptible peple with severe infecitons or allergies. Sometimes warts or tumors and be present. See an ENT dod for answers. ...Read more
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If you are prone to nasal polyps due to chronic sinusitis, the best thing is to work with your ENT doctor on a regimen of nasal irrigations and steroid sprays to minimize your need for surgery to debulk the polyps.
With that said, western medicine doesn't have a "cure" for nasal polyps, and apple cider vinegar is unlikely to hurt them. ...Read more
See a doctor: The best way to know if you have a deviated septum or polyps is to have a thorough head and neck examination by an ENT physician. If you have significant nasal obstruction it is worthwhile to have it checked out. ...Read more
ENT specialist: An ent/otolaryngologist can operate to remove them. Aspirin use is reportedly linked to their development. ...Read more
Nasal polyps: Once removed your voice quality will have less of a nasal quality but you need to stay on top of things, see an allergist determine if you have allergies or aspirin allergy and continue treating them do they don't come back quickly. ...Read more
Can you tell me about nasal polyps removed. Will my voice sound normal again after my removal of nasal polyps?
Depends: Nasal polyps are fluid filled inflammatory sacs that appear in the nose and sinuses of people with allergies, aspirin sensitivity, or chronic sinusitis. If your voice is nasal and congested it will likely improve but if your voice issues are caused by vocal cord polyps or other pathology than it may not. You should discuss this with your surgeon. ...Read more
Besides surgery, what could be done for nasal polyps in a 16 year old girl? What could potentially cause this?
Depending on severit: If the polyps are very severe surgery may be the best option. Nasal steroid sprays may also be helpful if the polyps are not too severe. Oral steroids have been used temporarily some times successfully, but should be used only short term and only if other methods are not in order. The polyps come from the lining of the sinuses. The mucosa becomes thickened and hypertrophied. ...Read more
I am always stuffy, sense of smell going away, hearing diminishing. Was told years ago I had nasal polyps. Are these likely the cause?
Smell polyps: I am always stuffy, sense of smell going away, hearing diminishing. Was told years ago I had nasal polyps. Are these likely the cause? ANS: could be have someone look in your nose and test you smelling ability. ...Read more
I blew my nose and 3 pieces of hard rubbery feeling substance came out. Is it nasal polyps, what is it? Is this harmful? Attached pic to account.
Thick mucous: It is unlikely that you could blow polyps out of your nose. They are often removed surgically. I was not able to access your photo, but it sounds like formed or thick mucous. Unlikely to be harmful. See your regular doctor or an ENT, otolaryngologist, for complete evaluation if this problem continues. ...Read more
I'm on nasal spra treatment for nasal polyps. Is this something I will have to deal with the rest of my life or will they be fixed and that's the end?
Perhaps: It depends on the cause for the polyps. When problem is severe causing severe nasal obstruction, smell/taste impairment, and/or chronic sinus infection, surgery may be required. If the nasal polyps shrink from the nasal spray, consider stopping the spray after a year or so to see if the polyps would return. ...Read more
Could my husband's allergies be the cause of his nasal polyps? My husband has had several surgeries for recurring nasal polyps, and was just told that allergies may be the cause of the growths. Has it been proven that the two are related? Would allergy tr
See an allergist: If you haven't seen an allergist for testing then that is the first step. ...Read more
Polyp exam: History and physical exam. The best exam for nasal polyp evaluation involves a small flexible endoscope that is passed into your nasal area. This exam is well tolerated and not usually painful. Also, cat scanning is helpful in evaluation of nasal polyps. Other testing, such as allergy evaluation is sometimes recommended. ...Read more
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