The report shows evidence of sinusitis. An Empty Nose Syndrome is when the turbinates have been resected. The results are conflicting, as the report states that there is swelling of the turbinates. But you have given a history of turbinate reduction. Check with your doctor regarding this.
I remmeber I had a turbinate reduction surgery done.I have seen the xray report which showed that the turbinates are normal.After about six to seven months these turbinates got swelled up again.For about two years I have tried many nasal sprays, anti allergy or anti inflammatory but there was no improvement.I have now started homeopathic medicine as a few doctors told me that best and complete cure for allergic rhinitis is in homeopathic medicine.
I cannot comment on the effectiveness of ayurvedic therapy. In allergic/vasomotor rhinitis, the symptoms occur in response to a trigger, like eating spicy food or going outside in the cold. The primary treatment is simply avoiding the things that trigger your symptoms. It is often treated with a drying nasal spray (like Atrovent) and antihistamines like chlopheneramine and lovatidine are effective. Nasal decongestant drops too relieve congestion.
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