Ok, my polyps were sooo bad they were almost out my nostrils.
I went in and had the operation and got them removed. I was told “they will come back,,,,,its not a question of if they’ll come back, but a question of when”
Sure enough, about 1 year later, they came back and were just as bad as before the op.
I got a chest infection and the doctor put me on prednisalone and they shrunk. The doctor didnt know thats the effect they would have and was pretty shocked.
They came back a little bit more, and I was prescribed with a nasal spray called “Avamys”.
The polyps have completely gone and I havent had them for about 2 years now.
Didnt change my diet.
I havent even needed to use the avamys for over 6 months now as they’re completely gone.
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 )