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Have nasal blockage, breathing difficulties, operated for DNS, feel like polyp in my nose. What to do?

sir, i have a nasal blockage and breathing difficulties .i have been operated for DNS before 6 i feel like polyp in my nose.i have done CT scan PNS and in this left side maxillary sinus opacity seems like polyp and both side choncha bullosa are noted.please give me suggestion what to do and kindly give me prescription for my problem.thanks
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Aug 2013
Since you have been operated for DNS, in an ideal situation you should not have nose block. You need to go to the ENT who will perform a diagnostic nasal endoscopy to assess the state of your nasal cavity and try to ascertain the cause of the block.
As regards to the polyp, if the polyp if just confined to the maxillary sinus and you do not have much symptoms then you just need to go for routine follow up with endoscopy.
If the block is severe and you do have extensive polyps as confirmed by CT and Endoscopy then you need to have a surgery called the FESS or functional endoscopic sinus surgery in a good center under able hands.
Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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