Causes Bleeding Out Of The Mucus From The Mouth After Ingestion Of Drugs For Nasal Polyps?
Good night. 2 days ago I went to the ENT doctor, and after being examined by the doctor, the doctor stated that in my nose there were polyps. The doctor gives medicine that is eaten and spray medicine. After 1hr I took the drug suddenly from my mouth issued a kind of mucus or gland that is bleeding. My question is, do I experience polyps or anything else like that? And what are the effects of the drug?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Nasal polyps are a condition where there is tissue like grapes growing inside the nose. This condition is easily known by direct examination, because if there were no polyps, of course this tissue would not exist and would not be visible through the examination. Those who experience polyps will experience symptoms such as nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, decreased ability to recognize scents, itching around the eyes and slimy nose.
Regarding your question, if there is blood from the mouth, this origin can be from various places, can be from the channel in the nose that descends into the oral cavity, can be from the respiratory tract that rises in the form of phlegm or bloody cough, can be from the digestive tract that falls into the category of vomiting blood, and can also from the oral cavity itself due to bleeding in the gums or the surrounding area.
Regarding this condition, polyps are not natural to bleed, but the presence of blood does not rule out the possibility of polyps. Because you could have polyps and bleeding gums at the same time, for example because you brush your teeth too hard. For this reason, we recommend that if the bloody mucus still appears consistently, and or arises in large numbers, we suggest that you go back to your ENT doctor to find out where the blood comes from.
This is important because the bleeding from the various locations that we mentioned earlier is not only caused by one disease, but also by different diseases with different treatments. Therefore it is important to know the diagnosis first by going to the ENT doctor, then you can determine the best treatment for you.
In the meantime, no need to worry too much, use the medicine given as recommended. Get enough rest, multiply the consumption of drinks and warm food, avoid cigarette smoke, dust and pollution, and check yourself immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.