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What can a pharmacist do for nasal polyps?

What can a pharmacist do for nasal polyps?

A pharmacist can help with nasal polyps. After seeing a GP, a pharmacist can recommend: In a bowl, mix 1 level teaspoon of salt and 1 level teaspoon of bicabonate of soda in about 1 pint of cooled boiled water. Sniff some of the cooled mixture up 1 nostril and let it run out.

How often do you get nasal polyps in Your Life?

Around 4 in 100 people will develop nasal polyps at some stage in their lives. Nasal polyps can affect anyone but most cases occur in people over the age of 40 years. They are twice as common in men as in women. Nasal polyps are uncommon in children.

When do you say a double consonant in Polish?

When you see a double consonant in Polish, you always say the consonant twice. Polish pronunciation gets even easier once you realize that quite a few single sounds are spelled with two letters — much like the [sh] sound in English.

Is it possible to have double vision with nasal polyps?

This is rare. In extremely rare cases, double vision can occur. This is due to huge polyps changing the structure of the face and pressing on the nerves that send vision signals from the eyes to the brain. Do I need any tests? Your GP might suspect that you have nasal polyps from your symptoms.

When to take homeopathic medicine for nasal polyps?

A chronic obstruction of the nose that stays the same throughout the day could be a nasal polyp. If you have chronic obstruction of the nose, nasal voice, frequent sneezing, you could be having nasal polyps. Before we outline the commonly used homeopathic medicines for nasal polyps, let us understand a little bit more about nasal polyps.

Can a polyp be a chronic obstruction of the nose?

These are quite troublesome. A chronic obstruction of the nose that stays the same throughout the day could be a nasal polyp. If you have chronic obstruction of the nose, nasal voice, frequent sneezing, you could be having nasal polyps.

Can a nasal polyp cause constant sneezing?

A common problem affecting the nose is the growth of polyps. These are quite troublesome. A chronic obstruction of the nose that stays the same throughout the day could be a nasal polyp. If you have chronic obstruction of the nose, nasal voice, frequent sneezing, you could be having nasal polyps.

How long do nasal polyps last after treatment?

Even after successful treatment, nasal polyps often return. Nasal polyps are associated with irritation and swelling (inflammation) of the lining of your nasal passages and sinuses that lasts more than 12 weeks (chronic sinusitis).