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Loss of Smell and Taste remedy
rik123 posted:
Had 3 operations for polyps and swelling...nothing...used pulmacort to rinse out my nose.....nothing Then my doctor had me use 2 respules of pulmacort with a solution of distilled water, sea salt sand baking soda. I take a syrange and fill it 3 times with the water solution and heat it in the microwave for 11 seconds and then put in the two respules of pulmacort. What I do differtent is lay on my bed with my head hanging down and put 1 1/2 syranges of the mixed solution in each nostral. You will need a paper towel. After a few minutes I put a paper towel on my nose to prevent leaking when I rise up and go to the sink and blow out of my nose. Most of the solution comes out but you will find when you lay down or tilt your head down some more will exit your nose. SINCE I HAVE BEEN DOING THIS MY TASTE AND SMELL HAS COME BACK....JUST WANT TO PASS THIS ALONG BECAUSE NOT TASTING AND SMELLING IS A REAL BUMMER1
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sgbl88 responded:
This is wonderful news. I will pass it on to some friends of mine.

Please keep us updated on how things are going.

Also, if your polyps return again, ask your doctor about Aspirin Exacerbated Respiratory Disease. Recurring sinus polyps is a major symptom.

Have a blessed day.
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01234 responded:

I have nasal polyps and have lost all sense of smell and taste,

is it still working?

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