Nasal Polyp Surgery
Nasal Polyp Surgery
Polyps are nothing but the excessive growth of a tissue on any membrane and usually it gets attached to that membrane with a narrow stalk. Polyps are very common in sinus, nose, uterus, bladder etc. but it can occur at any place. Nasal polyps became very common these days when compared to others these are less severe. When doctors or medical experts say that you need nasal polyp surgery to remove nasal polyps, the tension and anxiety in the patient will increase for sure. Nasal polyp surgery is recommended in the rarest of the rare occasions and there are several other options to treat minor nasal polyps.
Nasal polyp surgery is 100% safe as the polyps are removed completely. Whenever surgery or operation is considered for any disease or infection, patients usually think that the problem is severe and it is the responsibility of the doctor to reduce the tension and anxiety in the patient’s mind before doing the surgery. Generally, nasal polyps are not life threatening but the irritation caused by them is unbearable in most of the cases.
Chances Of Regrowth Of Polyps:
Even though nasal polyps are completely removed through surgery, the chances of regrowth are actually quite predominant. Through surgery nasal polyps are removed completely instead of shrinking. Though several other options are available like nasal syrup, nasal drops etc are available to treat this; they usually shrink the nasal polyps instead of removing it so the chances of having nasal polyps return can also be quite high. Surgery is a safe bet when compared to other options and note that surgery is recommended only in rare occasions.
Usually endoscopic surgery is preferred for nasal polyps and one can discharge from hospital with in a day after the surgery. Micro-debrider (which is a surgical instrument) is usually used to remove the nasal polyps and the removal surgery can be done without making any cuts or stitches on your face. Doctors usually recommended two to three week rest and advice the patients not to go to crowd packed places, high dust places and other highly polluted places. If bleeding occurs or any blood comes from your nose even after a week after the surgery, consult the doctor or medical expert immediately.
If you have some doubts on surgery for nasal polyps, don’t worry as it is 100% safe and you can normally get discharged within a day or so. It is best to consult your medical practitioner for more advice regarding the actual procedure that is right for you.
Perhaps surgery should be a last resort and you should try some of the natural nasal polyp removal options available here.