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  Definition
   Causes
  Symptoms
  Complications
  Homeopathic Treatment
 
 

HOMEOPATHY
  What is Homeopathy
   How does it work
  What it can do
  Choice of therapy
  Holistic medicine
  Homeopathy for infants
  Homeopathy Vs Antibiotics
  Homeopathy in Viral infections
  Homeopathy Vs Surgery
  Homeopathy in Allergies
 
 
There is no shortcut for curing chronic diseases. If there was one, the disease would not have become chronic in the first place.
 
Polyps
 
Definition
 
A polyp is an abnormal growth of tissue projecting from a mucous membrane.
Polyps are commonly found in the nose, stomach, colon, rectum,and uterus.
 
Causes
Chronic inflammations
Constutional disorder
Allergies 
 
 
Symptoms
 
Nasal Polyps symptoms
 
Obstruction of nasal passage with difficulty in breathing from nose
Nasal bleeding
Loss of smell
 
Colon and rectum polyps
 
Rectal bleeding
Pain
Diarrhea or constipation
Narrow/ thin stool
 
Uterine polyps
 
Dysfunctional uterine bleeding
Pain before or during menses
Miscarriage
 
Complications
 
Anemia from excessive blood loss.
Polyps in rectum and uterus can turn cancerous.
Miscarriage incase of large polyps in uterus.
 
Homeopathic treatment 
 
Polyps are considered as constitutional disorder in Homeopathy. The body system has a very strong tendency for extra growths such as polyps, warts, hemorrhoids, cyst, tumors that may later on become cancerous.
Removing these growths surgically is a short term solution and generally do not prevent the recurrence.

Homeopathic remedies can be very effective at any stage of polyps and extra tissue growths.

   
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