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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Treatment For Nasal Polyps

What are nasal polyps?


Nasal polyps are benign nodules in the mucosa. They grow in the sinuses. Paranasal sinuses are hollow cavities in the bones around the nose. A human being has four sinuses. Polyps usually grow in the cavity between the nose and eyes: the ethmoid cavity. From this cavity them drop a bit in the nose.
Nasal polyps are almost always occur on both sides simultaneously.

Nasal polyps are benign well, but you can have considerably affected. Complaints are a stuffy nose and a cold feeling. At night, these symptoms are often worse because you lies.
Also, you can smell and taste less good. Some people get headaches or feeling of fullness in the head.

It is not yet clear exactly which nasal polyps arise. However, some people are more likely to have nasal polyps than others, for example those with allergy and asthma sufferers.

Do you have symptoms suggestive of nasal polyps? Then the ENT doctor can determine if you have them. Usually the polyps are apparent in the nose.

Against nasal polyps can get drugs, for example a nasal spray with corticosteroids. Helping this is not enough, the ENT doctor may remove nasal polyps with surgery.


Treatment For Nasal Polyps


Nasal polyps treatment


Against nasal polyps can get drugs, for example a nasal spray with corticosteroids. The spray polyps smaller. Most people can use this nasal spray for years. However, the spray does not help anyone.
You can also get tablets or injections of corticosteroids. These agents help most people do well. However, they have serious side effects. You may therefore use them only briefly.

For severe symptoms caused by nasal polyps can also opt for surgery. There are two different operations are possible:
  1. When a polyp extraction extracts the physician only the part of the polyp road that is visible in the nose. The part in the sinus remains. This operation is usually done under local anesthesia.
  2. When a sinus operation retrieves the doctor all the way polyp. The doctor looks at a looking glass into the nose and sinuses (endoscopy). This operation is done under local anesthesia or general anesthesia.
Sometimes polyps after surgery back again. This happens more often, after a polyp extraction then after a sinus surgery.

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