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On and off flu with sinus, took antibiotics, tried nasal spray, flesh chunk came down to throat. Should I worry ?

I have had an on again off again flu for the past three months...the last week I have had a plugged sinus, my doc gave me antibiotics for a a sinus infection...I had to quit taking them because they gave me a yeast infection.the past three days I have had one side of my sinus plugged I have tried nasal spray, it will not work. This morning I snorted and a large fleshy chink came through my.nasals into my throat and i spit it out.
My question is should I take it too my doctor to be looked at?
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
hello jill
its good that you are asking this ..yes you should go to the ENT specialist and get it checked if it is tissue it could probably be nasal polyp you must get its histopathological examination done.and see if your doctor advise you for radiological examination and my be surgery later to get a long term relief from such problems
Answered: Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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