I have no idea what category this would fall in, but here goes. About two weeks ago, I felt like I had something stuck in my throat, which caused vomiting a couple of times. I was also wheezing and trying to cough up mucus with a really bad taste coming up. I finally had one big sneeze and cough and out came a long hard piece of ropy phlegm. My wheezing immediately stopped. Just this morning, I had the same thing happen. I taste is terrible before I am able to get this piece of phlegm out. This is totally gross and I have no idea what this is. Since having my son a couple of years ago, I have had what I call post nasal drip where if I bend over occassionally, my nose runs like water is just pouring out of my nose. Once on a plane, the area in between my eyebrows hurt so bad that that tears just poured out of my eyes (very weird). I also don't have the best sense of smell since having my children. Other than that, I have no sinus or allergy problems that I am aware of. Please help.
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