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What are Nasal Polyps?

Nasal polyps are benign, painless growths on the lining of your nasal passages or sinuses. They have the appearance of small water drops or grapes. They are caused by chronic inflammation and are linked to asthma, recurring infections, allergies, drug sensitivity, and certain autoimmune disorders. These polyps go undiagnosed in many cases because they cause no discomfort. However, if left untreated, they can lead to complications such as a loss of taste and smell. Larger growths of nasal polyps or multiple nasal polyps can obstruct airflow and affect your airways. Adults are more likely to develop nasal polyps, but anyone can develop them. Medications may cause the polyps to shrink or disappear. However, in some cases, surgery is required to remove them completely. Even after successful treatment, polyps can frequently reappear.
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Nasal Polyps-Overview
Risks of Delaying Treatment for Nasal Polyps
  • Asthma in which the nasal passageways may swell, inflamed or narrow.
  • Allergy to NSAIDs medications like aspirin, ibuprofen etc
  • Airborne allergy
  • Cystic fibrosis when body fluids abnormally become thick and sticky
  • Churg-Strauss syndrome (eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis), is a rare disease that causes blood vessel inflammation.
  • Deficiency of vitamin D
Complications Associated with Nasal Polyps
  • Obstructive sleep apnea.
  • Asthma flare-ups
  • Sinus infections
  • Chronic sinusitis
Preventive Measures of Nasal Polyps
  • Control allergies and asthma
  • Irritants to the nose should be avoided
  • Maintain good hygiene
  • Wash your hands thoroughly and on a regular basis
  • Make your home more humid
  • Warm fluids, such as ginger or honey tea, soup, and so on, should be consumed
  • Make use of a nasal rinse to keep your nasal passages clear and healthy, and help to prevent the recurrence of nasal polyps.
  • Rinse your nasal passages with a saltwater (saline) spray or nasal wash
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Diagnostic Tests and Treatment for Nasal Polyps

Diagnostic Tests

Diagnostic tests are frequently recommended by the surgeon to diagnose the patient’s condition. These tests also add to the overall cost of the surgery. Some diagnostic tests for nasal polyps and their prices are as follows:

Nasal endoscopy: Rs. 1500 – Rs 2000

X-Ray: Rs. 250- Rs. 500

CT Scan: Rs. 1500 – Rs. 3500

Test for cystic fibrosis: Rs. 300 – Rs. 500

Blood Tests: Rs. 100 – Rs. 300

Treatment of Nasal Polyps:

Although medications can help relieve symptoms, they rarely remove nasal polyps. The following are some preventive measures and medications that can help relieve nasal polyps symptoms: 

  • Nasal steroid sprays can sometimes reduce polyps. They help to clear blocked nasal passages and runny noses. The symptoms will return if the treatment is stopped.
  • Corticosteroid pills or liquid may also shrink polyps and relieve nasal swelling and congestion. The effect usually lasts a few months.
  • Allergy medications can help prevent polyp regrowth.
  • Antibiotics can be used to treat bacterial sinus infections. Polyps and viral sinus infections are not treatable.

If the medications do not work or you have large polyps, surgery to remove them may be necessary.

Surgery for nasal polyps 

Polyps are frequently treated with endoscopic sinus surgery. In this surgery, your doctor will use a thin, lighted tube with instruments at the end. . The doctor will insert the tube into your nasal passages and remove the polyps. This is a daycare procedure, and you’ll get discharged from the hospital on the same day. 

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We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

Frequently Asked Questions

What natural treatment works best for nasal polyps?

Nasal irrigation, also known as neti pot, may alleviate nasal polyp symptoms. Additionally, it might help with the management of polyp causes like allergies or sinus infections.

How long does it take for surgically removed nasal polyps to heal?

You may experience drainage for a week or a few days only. Bandages may need to be changed frequently during this time. After a nasal polyp surgery, full recovery usually takes two weeks.

Are nasal polyps odorous?

Nasal polyps can cause unpleasant nasal odors or noticeably lowered senses of taste and smell. Your breathing might not be impacted.

Is surgery the only option for getting rid of nasal polyps?

Medication most likely won’t be able to remove nasal polyps. Surgery is typically the last resort after all other treatments have failed to give you enough relief. However, polyps can come back even after surgery. 

Which nasal spray is most effective against polyps?

Nasal sprays with topical steroids, such as Nasonex (mometasone furoate) and Flonase (fluticasone propionate), can reduce nasal polyps and prevent their recurrence following surgery. Ask your physician before using these nasal sprays. 

Can nasal polyps disappear on their own?

Nasal polyps are persistent and won’t disappear on their own. Large nasal polyps or clusters should be treated because they can cause a number of symptoms. Large nasal polyps can obstruct the nose and result in complications.

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