MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (DLO), MRCS- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, DLO RCS England, FRCS
ENT Specialist, Bangalore
Dear Mr. lybrate-user,
ideally you should be asking the question to your doctor who prescribed the treatment. Polyps commonly occur in the nose and are treated with low dose steroid nasal spray (fluticasone) usually for 3- 4 months or longer based on individual patient response. The inhaler is used for treating breathing difficulties in the lungs such as in asthma, copd, etc. Since it is not clear from the information you provided whether you have only polyps or there is lung disease as well, a definite answer cannot be given, but if your polyps have significantly reduced in size then, you may discontinue the nasal spray. However I would recommend either consulting your treating doctor or an ent surgeon for the most specific and appropriate treatment plan for you.
Get your vital parameters of the body checked from a nearby doctor and follow up with findings and nebulisation might be helpful and Few tips- avoid any triggering factor, take folicacid regularly, eat a healthy diet, always be stress free , exercise regularly
The combination of an inhaled corticosteroid (ics) and a long-acting beta-agonist (laba) has been one of the most popular options for the treatment of stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd. However, the combination of ics/laba still has a role in the treatment of copd.