Greetings, do normal people have their own polyps? NIf normal people have polyps, the size of the polyp itself can be explained? Is it possible that there are no polyps for normal people? NAnd including I have polyps, sometimes the plugs are sometimes not with the reason sometimes the plug is not
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Polyp is a term for a benign tumor originating from the mucosal layer (mucous membrane). Polyps can appear in various parts of the body, so it is necessary to clarify first what polyps are you experiencing? What are nasal polyps? What are the symptoms of polyps? Have you ever seen a doctor and diagnosed with a polyp? So, what kind of treatment does the doctor recommend?
The presence of polyps in the body is clearly not a normal thing. If you mean nasal polyps, then this condition can occur due to chronic inflammation of the nasal cavity which is often triggered by asthma, recurrent infections, allergies, hypersensitivity to drugs, or also certain immune disorders. Some experts say that the risk of developing nasal polyps is also greater in people who suffer from cystic fibrosis and Churg-Strauss syndrome.
The growth of polyps in the nasal cavity can cause obstruction of the airway. This condition can worsen if you are in a cold temperature environment or if you sleep on your side to the side of the nose that has polyps. In addition to blocked breath, nasal polyps can also cause you to experience a runny nose, sneezing, ingestion of mucus into the throat (post nasal drip), recurrent sinusitis, olfactory disorders, frequent nosebleeds, headaches, snoring during sleep, and so on.
You can check directly with an ENT specialist so that further evaluation can be done regarding your condition. In most cases, nasal polyps are not dangerous and can be controlled by administering drugs, such as anti-inflammatory, anti-histamine, and so on. However, if pharmacological therapy alone is not enough to solve your complaint, your doctor may also recommend that you undergo surgery.
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dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah