There are quite a few methods to treat or manage sinusitis with nasal polyps, and this often requires a combination of treatment options. They range from lifestyle changes and over-the-counter remedies to prescribed medications and surgery.1,2
Reduce inflammation (swelling) in the sinuses
Allow the nasal pathways to circulate air properly
Enable mucus to drain
Address symptoms that impact quality of life
For many, trying home remedies for chronic sinusitis is an easy place to start. Home remedies recommended by ENTs include saline nasal irrigation with a…
Medical therapy for chronic sinusitis and/or chronic sinusitis with nasal polyps typically involves physicians prescribing antibiotics to treat infection and/or oral or nasal steroids and medication to treat inflammation…
Balloon sinus dilation is performed by an ENT surgeon using a balloon catheter. It can be performed in an ENT’s office under local anesthesia with less…
Endoscopic sinus surgery can offer the chance for meaningful relief from painful chronic sinusitis symptoms. With sinus surgery, an ear, nose…
Chronic sinusitis symptoms often get misdiagnosed as other conditions. Allergies, colds and upper respiratory infections share similar symptoms. Yet, chronic sinusitis is a specific category of disease with many new treatment options available. Use our self-assessment to determine if your symptoms could be related to chronic sinusitis.
Your symptoms may be related to sinusitis or another condition that should be assessed by a physician. This is not a diagnosis or medical advice, however you may want to print your self-assessment results and consider talking to your doctor about them.
This is not a diagnosis or medical advice. We encourage you to make an appointment with an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) specialist to discuss your symptoms and possible treatment options.Find A Physician
The purpose of the site is to help create awareness about sinusitis and treatment options for the disease. Please note that information contained on this site is not medical advice. It should not be used as a substitute for speaking with your physician. Always talk with your physician about diagnosis and treatment information.