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Have asthma, aspirin allergy and nasal polyps. Had polyp surgery but grew back. How to prevent regrowth?

i have controlled asthma , aspirin allergy and nasal polyps. This condition is longstanding. I also have a platelet function disorder. I cannot smell and feel chronically congested. I had polyp surgery more than 15 years ago but the polyps grew back immediately. I am scheduled for surgery in april. What can I do to prevent regrowth post surgery? Also I had a serious bleed after the first surgery. What are your suggestions?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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With my experiece to stop regrowth of polyps and bring back other symptomps to normal you have to find out which food you are allergic to
as polyps recurrence is due to milk,wheatmpotato,rice egg nuts
get blood serum tested for food specific antibodies for milk wheat and others as described
Foirst go for elimination diet then for desensitisation
Even if you stop all milk and diary your medicines will be reduced and all symptomps wiil decrease and even asthma will subside
You take anti allergics Montelucast and fexofenadine combination twice a day
syp tossex 1/22 tsf bd
apply neosporin h eye ointment in nose bd
put sea water drops 2 drops bd in nose
follw instructions azbove you will see results in 3 week
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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