You may be looking for a nasal polyps treatment miracle, but conventional treatment usually starts with a nasal corticosteroid spray. It may also include a prescription to take prednisone by mouth for one week. ( 14 ) Nasonex, fluticasone, Beconase AQ, mometasone and beclamethasone are all nasal steroids that may be prescribed to treat nasal polyps. ( 15 ) Other medication, such as antihistamines and decongestants, don’t really help nasal polyps. However, your doctor may recommend antihistamines to control allergies, or antibiotics before your start on a steroid prescription if you have an infection. ( 16 )
Nasal polyps are soft, fleshy growths appearing in the inner lining of the nasal passage or along the sinuses. They usually occur in older people above the age of 40 but when present in children, they could be symptoms of other illnesses such as cystic fibrosis. Nasal polyps are non-cancerous and harmless in themselves. However, if they are too numerous or large, they can block nasal drainage, cause breathing problems, infections, allergies, sleeplessness, pain, headaches, vision disturbances. Symptoms are commonly confused with cold/congestion. Few known causes exist for their occurrence. Treatment: non-invasive topical cortico-steroid sprays, home remedies and surgery in severe cases.
For dry eyes… I’ve seen a lot of doctor and some actually have a piece of the puzzle
Some people do not close their eyes completely shut, I did not know why so I had dry eye after many doctor this one young intern eye doctor goes close your eyes I did and he goes your right eye is not closing all the way wear a comfortable eye mask to bed this will keep the eye closed and lubricated. And he said that if I had sinus or plastic surgery I better be taking serrapeptase or putting castor oil on my face every evening and then putting a warm pack on my face or sitting in steamy shower to let it soak in to break up the scar tissue and he told me up my vitamin A , E and flax seed oil