Treatment For Lumps In Polyps In The Nose?
hello I want to ask how do I get the right information about polyps, I went to the doctor for a routine routine and it happened for a long time by taking the drugs given, but in the end the tht doctor said it was like a nose bridge disorder ….
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Polyps are benign tumors originating from mucosal tissue (mucous membranes). Polyps can grow in various organs, one of which is the nose. Nasal polyps often cause sufferers to experience nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, and pain around the nasal cavity that radiates to the eyes, cheeks, or the entire head. If you experience irritation, polyps can also cause bleeding (nosebleeds). Not only that, sufferers of nasal polyps can also experience problems of smell, taste disorders, snoring sleep, post nasal drip (ingestion of mucus into the throat), to pain in the tooth area.
The appearance of polyps is still being investigated for the exact cause. However, many literatures state that polyp growth is closely related to chronic inflammation in the nasal cavity, including one due to deviated nasal septum (nasal trunk disorder as your doctor mentioned), asthma, sinusitis, cystic fibrosis, and so on. Allergies, including food allergies, which have inflammatory symptoms that extend to the nasal cavity, can also cause polyps to swell so that complaints can get worse. However, compared to food allergies, allergies to substances that circulate in the air, including allergies to cold, smoke, dust, animal dander, or pollen, are believed to have a more significant effect. Not only allergies, disorders of the immune system, for example due to suffering from HIV, malnutrition, or also taking long-term steroid drugs can also increase the risk of nasal polyps.
When viewed from the symptoms alone, nasal polyps can indeed be difficult to distinguish from other diseases, including nasal septal deviation, rhinitis, sinusitis, corpus alienum (entering a foreign body), benign or malignant tumors in the nasal cavity, and so on. A doctor's examination is needed directly or is also assisted by supporting examinations, such as nasal endoscopy, X-rays, blood tests, allergy tests to CT scans to distinguish them.
Therefore, if you have routinely treated your complaints to an ENT specialist but haven't experienced any significant improvement, you should check your complaint again with an ENT specialist. It could be that the doctor will carry out various examinations as mentioned above so that the diagnosis of your complaint can be made correctly. If it is true that the root problem of your complaint is nasal polyps, and the complaint does not improve with conservative therapy (medication), your doctor may consider surgery.
In the meantime, all you need to do is:
If there are things that often trigger your allergies, stay away as much as possible Avoid substances that are prone to causing irritation to the airways, such as smoke, cigarettes, chemical fumes, dust Get used to wash your hands Maintain good house hygiene Use humidifier water (if possible) to increase humidity the environment where you work and live. Raji wash his hands Use a nose mask if necessary. Eat more fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C Don't smoke.