Just a quick note to say hi! yes i used to smoke alot as well and had to quit. smoking will cause the amount of driiping to double,another thing u dont have to have a deviated septum to have post nasal dripping. theres is something called nasal polyps. which i think lots of ppl in this forum my have them,they create extra mucus and recurrent bacterial infection in ur nose . like i said in my post im 100% sure the cause of this patm is nose related. i will advise u to not waste any more money seeing a regular doc and go see a ENT. thank u for ur note :D
Happy New Year! I'm not sure if the people around me come down with colds but it seems like it. They do clear their throat, sneeze and eventually cough. It's really irritating. Happens a lot in the office and in the van I commute in. I notice it more in males because they react really loudly especially in the streets when they walk past. I used to work at home before and this condition is tempting me to go back. Hm lately though I don't notice it in the streets much but in closed quarters it's still there. Not as bad as before I think. I'm hoping my diet is doing some help. It seemed to lessen but it's still there. By the way do you drink alcohol?
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