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Left Nasal Polyps & recurring fever

Dear All,
My son is 15 yrs old. having problem with left nose due to polyps in the nasal cavity.
1. Underwent two times polyps surgery and septum corection.
2. Often he gets temerature/fever(every month) infection in the nose which is causing cold and blockage of left nose. Always forced to take antibiotics.
3. As per doctors, my son is having alergy.
4. Looking for help from experience homeopathic doctors who has having experience in treating alergic/polyps.

Re: prakash_save From walkin on 2006-07-28
polyps are an allergic reaction to a depleted immune system.

Probably due to vaccination.

Suggest Thuja 30 twice a day for a wekk and the WAIT for at least 3 weeks to judge result.
 
  prakash_save on 2006-08-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi,

I just read and thought it is important to reply to you with what I saw on TV the other day. A young teenage girl had sinus surgery done which somehow also had a bacteria proliferating from the sinus bones to CSF fluid which supposed to be only floating in spinal cord and brain. This infiltration of bacteria continued to give her a low grade fever. Doctor could not catch but after a thorough CT scan and MRI exam they detected this leak and allowed that area to heal and fever was gone. and they were also able to treat sinus better. If your case is post surgical just get it double checked and find the root of the fever. where is it coming from?
I hope not to stress you but I thought it was important.
 
chuck1401 last decade

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