Nasal polyps are soft, painless, noncancerous growths on the lining of your nasal passages or sinuses. They hang down like teardrops or grapes. They’re not usually serious, but Larger growths or groups of nasal polyps can block your nasal passages and lead to a lost sense of smell, frequent infections, runny nose, nosebleeds, and snoring. you’ll usually be given steroid nose drops or a spray to shrink the polyps. If your polyps are large Or nose drops and sprays did not work You may be given steroid tablets, usually for up to 2 weeks If there’s no sign of improvement after about 10 weeks, the doctor may suggest you remove your polyps by having the surgery The surgeon may enlarge the openings leading from your noise to your nasal passages A narrow tube with a lighted magnifying lens and tiny camera (nasal endoscope) will be inserted into the nose and sinus cavities to reach the polyp With the endoscope, your doctor will identify polyps, then remove them using small instruments The procedure you’ll require depends on where the polyps are located. It can be done both under partial anesthesia and under general anesthesia. The duration of the surgery is approximately a few hours and usually, the patient is discharged the same day. Most people who have surgery see an improvement, but it’s common for polyps to grow back, usually within a few years You may need to keep using a steroid nasal spray after surgery to stop the polyps from returning quickly.