I'm 22 years old student. 4 years ago, horrible condition started; chronic post nasal drip: I have to clear my throat constantly with chronic cough, sinus infections, bad taste & the worst thing ever; bad breath! I went to 3 different ENT surgeons, done CT, X-ray, antihistamines, nasal steroids, antibiotics, antacids, decongestants with some improvement but no significant or permanent progress. I removed my tonsils 5 months ago because of tonsil stones with no significant improvement also. All my dentists said I have perfect oral health. My diet is balanced & it seems like I don't have any kind of food allergy. I have skin allergy especially during spring but the dermatologist failed to identify what type of allergy I have. This condition is killing & destroying my life. It drains me psychologically, physically & financially. I became the shy guy with low self-esteem. My job requires frequent interactions with customers which is a daily torture for me. I'm tired of my life & I'm tired of trying! Any help?
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