Nasal Polyps Treatment
Nasal polyps may be medically treated with corticosteroids, which reduce inflammation, but in many cases surgery may be necessary. Proper management of nasal polyps in patients with asthma has been shown to have beneficial effects on asthma-related symptoms and medication use. Saline rinses are also recommended for proper upkeep of your sinuses.
Nasal polyps are small, benign and painless growths from the mucous membranes of the nasal cavity and sinuses. A common cause of nasal obstruction is nasal polyps. Nasal polyps are caused by accumulation of fluid, and represent the end-point of severe chronic inflammation. Nasal polyps are often found in patients with allergies, asthma, cystic fibrosis, or allergic fungal disease.
A more severe syndrome of nasal polyps is found in those patients who have allergies, asthma, and aspirin sensitivity. Nasal polyps often vary in size from very small, which have no real adverse health effects, to large enough to completely obstruct the nasal passages. In the case of large nasal polyps, difficulty breathing, stuffiness, facial pain, headaches, loss of smell and taste, and a runny nose can be major issues.