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    Severe Post Nasal Drip
    Janeen82 posted:
    Constant sinus drip is ruining my life. I can't stop coughing to the point where I throw up, I can't eat solid food until the afternoon because my stomach is so upset from draining all night. My wedding is in two months and my fiance's family is having some real problems that I need to be there for. Also I lost my health insurance so seeing more specialists are out of the question when so many doctors have already let me down and run up major bills. Im at wits end and don't know where to go from here! Some expert advice is greatly needed! HELP!
    sgbl88 responded:
    Hi, would you be able to tell us what you have tried so thatwe can offer new things? Some typical things are sinus rinses, allergy treatment, treatment forr GERD which can cause sinus issues, and many other thing. Have you hace a sinis CT to check for a foreign object that could bbe causing your drainage? What nasal sprays have you used? Have you tried ipatrooium bromide? That is supposed to dry up the drip. What about Pulmacort in a sinus rinse? Take care and God bless. Sonya
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