My Nose Endoscopy For Removal of Nasal Tumor
My Nose Endoscopy For Removal of Nasal Tumor
Nose endoscopy is the physical examination of the nose. I want to write on it which I faced and sharing experience to all peoples.
Story of my Nasal tumor, meet my nose
It was a day when blooding stared from my nose at 3 am in the morning while sleeping. I waked up and went to bathroom and started washing my nose. It was 15 min blooding. Before this blooding, for 15 days, It was blooding from my nose. I thought, it was a small pimple inside my nose. I used to pull out and blooding was started. I could not recognize it. When it was blooding too much at 3 am in the morning, I went to a general physician doctor.
He said, you have polyps inside your nose. He prescribed some medicines for 7 days. I used those medicines but nothing happened. After 7 days, I went again to that doctor and asked. He said, now you have to consult ENT specialist.
You need minor operation to remove that polyp and referred a doctor name Dr Sujeet Kumar, ENT specialist. I met this doctor and he looked into my nose and said that your nose has a tumor which is generally happened due to infected water. He prescribed some medicines for 10 days only.
I started taking that medicine but nothing was happening. In the mean time, I was researching all things on Youtube and Google. I again met with the ENT doctor and asked the same. Because, the tumor size was growing rapidly. My mom who has arthritis itself and could not able to walk was worried about me and asked to do something very soon. I again met with the doctor and asked the same. He said now that we need to perform nasal endoscopy and find out things.
If Nose endoscopy will not work, we have to do CT scan. I went to that clinic for Nasal Endoscopy. I am sharing that video at last of this blog. After endoscopy, the doctor said that we will do operation of this Nasal Mass. He gave me the operation date. I had no health insurance policy for this operation. I reached on the said date and he has done operation of my Nasal Mass. At the time of operation, I was so scared and started Rajyoga meditation that time. Now I am fine. After operation, he prescribed some medicines and drops which I am taking. One more thing, the tumor was sent to the lab for Cancer test. After this test, he will tell the exact cause clearly.
The whole thing happened suddenly, that is why I wanted to share my story to the people so that they can get information and get benefits of it. I searched some questions about Nasal diseases in my research and sharing the same with you.
What is Nasal endoscopy?
The nasal endoscopy is the process in which nasal endoscope machine consisting of a thin rigid tube with fiberoptic cables for lighting is then connected to a light and a video camera to project magnified images on a screen. This nasal endoscope device with camera and light inserted into the nose to check all issues of the nose and recorded whole things in video. I have shared my Nasal endoscopy video at last. You can check it out.
What is a Nasal Endoscopy used to diagnose?
Nasal endoscopy is a major medical procedure which is utilized successfully in the field of ENT specialists. This helps them to diagnose various cases which occur with respect to the nose especially that in the anterior part of the nose. This ensures that the allergies, polyps or excess masses can be diagnosed in the right way without assuming anything.
How long does a nasal endoscopy take?
ENT specialists perform nasal endoscopy. On average, a single procedure of nasal endoscopy takes around 5 to 10 minutes. This varies with the complexity of the respective medical problem associated with the nose of the patient. You can consult your doctor to know the time required in your or your family member’s case.
Is a Nasal Endoscopy hard to face?
Many a times, patients are already tensed with the thought of the nasal endoscopy. But, one needs to be patient enough to ensure that the nasal endoscopy is done successfully. If your doctor has recommended nasal endoscopy, then you need to opt for the procedure to know the real problem with your nose.
Can You have a tumor in your nose?
Yes. Nasal tumors can be seen in several patients. The cases vary with the type of the tumor, size of the tumor as well as cause of the tumor. This can be found out with the help of the nasal endoscopy procedure. Once this procedure is done at the right time, the tumor can be brought to limelight at the early stage itself.
What is Nasal Tumor and How is it treated?
Nasal tumor is a malignant or benign type of tumors which occurs in and around the nose. This can be present inside or on the external part of the nose. Nasal tumors are now treated successfully with the help of the modern medical procedures. Radiation therapy is the most commonly utilized treatment procedures to treat nasal tumor.
What is the symptom of nose cancer?
Symptoms of the nose cancer include chronic infections which do not cure with timely treatment, repeated swelling of the nose, numbness of the front teeth, frequent nose bleeding and recurrent sore occurring around the nose. Also, the patient will have constant or intermittent discomfort and pain in and around the nose.
What is Nasal Mass?
Nasal Mass is an excess growth over the nose. This can occur at the time of birth or even during the later years. The nasal masses are prominently visible and must be treated well on time without delaying in any form. It can be in the bilateral as well as unilateral in nature.
Nasal mass benign not cancerous?
Nasal mass which is in the benign form is not cancerous in nature. This swelling is present around the nose but does not progress into a cancer form. This can be diagnosed with the help of MRI scanning as well as CAT scans. This type of swelling can be healed successfully with timely treatment. It is treated with the help of the complete excision of the nasal mass.
Can You have cancer in your nose if you have tumor? Nasal mass malignant (cancerous)
Malignant type of the nasal masses are usually cancerous in nature. This means that the malignant nasal mass progresses into a cancerous form thus proving to be harmful for the body.
How does the Nasal Mass remove by Endoscopic method?
Nasal mass is removed successfully with the help of nasal endoscopy method. A flexible or rigid type of the endoscope is used to remove the nasal mass from the nose.
Nose Endoscopy For Removal of Nasal Tumor