Nasal polyps is a stuffy nose that doesn't seem to go away. Even if the patient is treated with cold or antihistamines, they may not improve. That means you may have symptoms of rhinitis.
Rhinoplasty is caused by a normal (non-cancerous) tumor that develops in the epithelial tissue or septum of a patient's nasal cavity.
Rhinitis (Nasal Polyps)
A rhinitis is a soft lump. no pain which occurs within the respiratory tract m usually occurs in the area Your upper nostril (where your eyes and bulge are together) that patients may not even know they have nasal polyps. 'Cause there's no feeling at all
The polyps can grow larger and larger. which can obstruct your airway resulting in chronic shortness of breath The symptoms are as follows:
runny nose with excess mucus running down the back of the neck
a feeling that your airways are becoming more difficult
need to breathe through the mouth due to inability to breathe normally
Forehead or face feels tight as if pressure is applied.
decreased sense of smell
Pain or headaches can cause rhinitis. If there is a sinus infection in addition to the presence of a polyp.
Causes of rhinitis
Rhinitis is usually caused by an infection of the nasal mucosa. The septum is normally a wet layer of mucus that protects the inside of the nose and sinuses. It also makes the air that enters the nasal cavity is more hydrated. which during infection or irritation of the nose or caused by allergic rhinitis Swelling of the nasal mucosa Red and may also have a runny nose. and when irritation occurs for a long time On the septum of the nose, a polyp is formed. which this polyp will occur (Like small cysts) can cause respiratory problems.
Although some people have polyps without nasal problems. But there are provoking factors that can cause polyps in the nasal cavity. which has the following factors:
recurrent infections or chronic sinusitis
air allergy (hay fever)
Bronchitis seen in children is a rare type.
Hypersensitivity to anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen or aspirin.
There may be genetic factors that trigger the development of polyps. This is because their genes may be the cause of nasopharyngeal polyps and inflammation. until the occurrence of rhinitis
How to treat rhinitis
If your rhinitis symptoms have not improved Surgery is another good hemorrhoid treatment to completely remove the polyp. The type of surgery also depends on the size of the polyp that occurs. The polyp surgery is an outpatient surgery. Using a microsurgery or a microsurgery with a small endoscope that cuts the polyps and removes infected tissue from the nasal cavity.
In the case of large polyps The doctor will perform surgery with a small endoscope or a thin, flexible endoscope. to look for polyps, tumors, or other obstructions in the nasal cavity and cut the polyp out of the nasal cavity The doctor may have surgery in the nasal cavity to open the sinus cavity. And the big garden, this surgery is done for outpatients.
after the surgery You can also use a nasal spray or use a saline solution to rinse your nose. To reduce inflammation of your airways and prevent the return of rhinitis symptoms. This usually reduces inflammation in the airways by using nasal sprays, antihistamines, and saline nasal rinses. That helps prevent rhinitis symptoms come up as well.
How to cure hemorrhoids using antibiotics It may also reduce the size of polyps and relieve congestion in the airways.
Nasal steroid use It reduces a runny nose and a feeling of congestion in the airways by shrinking the polyps. however if you stop taking these medications Symptoms may return more quickly. Examples of drugs used for nasal sprays For the treatment of rhinitis:
fluticasone (Flonase, Veramyst)
Taking steroid medications, such as prednisone, may be a good option for rhinitis treatment. If using the nasal spray doesn't work But it was a treatment that didn't last very long. Because it has very serious side effects. including congestion of body fluids increased blood pressure and increased eye pressure