Nasal Polyps

  Early detection of nasal polyps can speed up diagnosis and help treat the condition as soon as possible. Nasal polyps are small nodules found in the interior of the nose or nasal passage and as soon as you notice or feel anything out of the ordinary, particularly if it...
  Do you suffer from recurrent colds and flu? If yes, you may have nasal polyps. Nasal Polyps, also known as Sinus Polyps, are non-cancerous growths in the nose or in the sinuses (the canal behiand your cheekbone). The cause symptoms similar to those of cold and flu; however, the symptoms...
  You might be wondering why you always have trouble with your breathing, and why your nose passages are clogged up. Those symptoms could be the result of nasal polyps. If that is the case, when you visit the doctor, there will be two remedies recommended; treat the condition with...
  Nasal polyps are growths that are found in the tissue or lining of the nasal passages. They are usually harmless or non cancerous but can grow in clusters or to a large size which then affects breathing. When breathing is restricted and the nasal passages become blocked, it is...
  Nasal polyps surgery is the procedure during which nasal polyps (which can occur in the nasal passages or in the sinuses) are removed. Generally, surgery will be recommended if steroid therapy is not successfully or cannot be sustained in the long term, often due to safety concerns of using...
  Nasal polyps are abnormal growths that occur inside the nasal passages and the sinuses (canals found behind the cheekbones). Nasal polyps can range from unnoticeable to large lumps, and sometimes they can hang outside the nose. They can be pink but also yellow or grey in colour. They are...
  The problem with using medications for nasal polyps is that they keep the polyps down only for as long as the medication is administered. In addition, the body tends to develop a tolerance for drugs, and as a result your polyps growths will eventually become immune to drugs and...
  Nasal polyps can be very embarrassing and problematic. Apart from the fact that they are very unsightly, they can also reduce oxygen intake, create sleeplessness, and give you a persistent cold. They can be painful and often get infected. You should not leave your nasal polyps untreated. If these polyps remain...
  Neither steroid therapy nor surgery is a permanent cure for nasal polyps. Polyps re-growth occurs in practically everyone using steroids, and occurs in about 75% of the patients undergoing surgery. This is because the underlying cause of the polyps is still there – whatever is causing the nasal passages’...
  Nasal polyps should not be left untreated, as they will keep growing and cause serious problems and embarrassment. Conventional nasal polyps treatment is via two routes – steroid therapy or surgical removal. In most cases, the first line of treatment is a steroid course, which may involve steroid sprays, steroid...

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