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Is there a cure for neutrophilic rhinosinusitis?

There is a cure for neutrophilic rhinosinusitis, but this cure differs depending on the cause of your rhinosinusitis. If your neutrophilic rhinosinusitis is caused by a viral infection like a cold or flu, you do not need treatment and the condition will heal on its own. Viruses usually just run their course and do not need to be treated by antibiotic. Instead, you can use home remedies to treat the symptoms of neutrophilic rhinosinusitis. If your cold develops into a sinus infection, however, an antibiotic can help to cure the infection.

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