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Sinus infection .
My nose has been congested for past 6 months and changes its direction alternatively, had some  difficult in  breathing when sleeping  I recently gained weight too so i thought it's normal .Had a mri brain scan for someother reason and it said "Small poipoidal inflammation seen in maxilarry sinus " . How do I treat it ?? Is it cronic??
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Minor polypoidal mucosal thickening can be an incidental finding in any ct or mri ... The symptoms u r having are probably due to rhinitis ... Using saline nasal spray will help ur condition along with steam inhalation but if this still persists then plz consult an ent specialist
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Tab Zocef 500 mg 1 tab twice daily for 5 days,Tab Sinarest Levo 1 tab twice daily for 5 days,Flomist nasal spray 2 puff twice daily in both the nostrils for 15 days.
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