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polyps in nose, please advise

In the last two month one of my right nose is blocked and after CT Scan it was dianoised as Polyps in right nose and advised for surgery. I have not gone for surgery but opted for hoempathy and repeat CT Scan was taken yday which shows 15% improvement and reduction in size of Polyps. Other than Hompeathy I am taking treatment from naturopath also. My worry as the progress is slow, what harm polyps can further do what is your advice.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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Speed of homoeoapthic treatment depends on the selection of the remedy, and also the dynamics of the patient. Also it is affected by different medicines taken by you for other disease. I think in a short period there is some reduction in size, so I think it is ok and there is no reason for being panic about it. Also this is not any serious disease. if you remove the polyp it is matter of the time only that another one will grow. Be patient and continue the treatment of your doctor.
Answered: Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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