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    Default Nasal Polyps

    Just noticed a giant red ball in each of DS 2.5yrs nostrils and Dr Google suggests possibly nasal polyps.

    I intend to call his ENT in morning and see if we can get in to see him.

    Just wondering if anyone has experience with this?

    Some background:
    He has hugely enlarged tonsils, grommets in ears and has had his adenoids removed. Poor kid seems to regularly have a cold which almost always leads to ear infections....

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