Nasal polyp that discharges pus along with clotted bloodHi All,
Back to 2004 in Rae Bareli, there was a profuse bleeding from my nose that lasted for around 6-7 hours. I was rushed to the SGPGI, Lucknow and then shifted to KJMC Lucknow. Doctors in KJMC packed my nose with the cotton and the parrafin wax for 2-3 days. After some days, they removed the packing stuff from my nose and did the contrast CT SCAN and the report said that it was an autolysed angiofibroma . May be because of the homeopathe medicine that I was taking for 1-2 years had autolysed that nasal polyp. I was discharged and then everyithing went fine.
Now, some days back. I started feeling that some clotted blood ( pus form along with clotted blood ) is going into my nasopharynx . It also gives foul smell from right nostril. I had checked my self in different allopathy doctors like in Max Saket, Apollo Indraprashtha, Kailash Noida and again did the normal and the contract CT Scan. The report againg showed that there are some stuffs in my right sinus (may be nasal polyp growth or pus form) or angioma or angiofibroma. Also, there is no teatment of these kind of nasal growths other than surgery. I had also seen some re-occur cases as well and hence, don't want to operate.
Some of my friends suggested me to go for the homeopathy. I searched alot on internet and found your site. Please help me in this regard. I will be thankfull to you.
Thanks a lot !!
rlateef on 2008-10-22
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