Nasal congestion, runny nose, sinus pain - many people deal with these symptoms and assume they have allergies or a sinus infection. These can also be a sign of nasal polyps, inflamed pockets of tissue that form high and deep in the nasal passages.
If these symptoms impact daily life, including a reduction in smell and taste or interrupting sleep, you should see an allergist or ENT to be evaluated for nasal polyps. Treatment includes nasal steroids, surgical intervention, or a new nasal spray called Xhance.
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