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pyorrhoea, gum disease, sleeping difficulty, blocked nose, nasal polyps ?

can pyorheea cause you to have nose polyps? i have gum decease,need tooth scaling and cleaning and have no insurence.i am having trouble breathing well especially at night when i want to be asleep-mostly the right side of nose feels blocked of air, will transfer tto the left at times. i now experience sleep apnea (i think!) and get less than 6 hours of sleep a night. nose spray is great, untill the next day when it has a rebound effect and i am even more stuffed up. i breath out of my mouth at night and need more water.(dry mouth) i cant afford allot of help- but know i must need a doctor! can you suggest anything?
Asked On : Fri, 4 May 2012
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Well from a dental point of view i can tell u that the Pyrrohea cant cause Nose Polyps. Yes you must be having gum disease as you breath from the mouth and that causes more dental problems.
You should get your teeth cleaned and also go and see an ENT doctor..
Thanks and regards
Dr. Pankaj Malhotra
Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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