Im not sure what i have, if its post nasal drip, acid reflux or something else, but ever since a year and a half ago i got sick one day and i couldnt stop coughing. then it started getting worse, and my voice got really hoarse, coughing more, nose always congested. and till this day things have gotten worse, ive had an operation but didnt do anything, doctors say my nose looks fine, my voice box looks normal. and i took an allergy test and im allergic to dust, but the sprays she gave me barely did anything. but my njose is always congested, im constantly swallowing, throat clearing, spitting, and my voice has changed to a really hoarse voice, keeping me away from any social encounter, keeping me from my friends and family, which has made me depressed and scared that ill have this for the rest of my life. ive tried every spray, ive tried flushes, rinses, home remedies, but my voice is still hoarse. im starting to go on a diet, its been 4 days i havent seen any changes. Can someone help me please??
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