On and off over the years I have had a feeling like a post nasal drip, much in my throat. I don't cough, I don't weeze, I don't cough up phlegm. But I can draw up a tad of mucus now and then but the feeling never really goes away. A year ago I experienced a severe sinus infection where a glob of bloody mucus came out of my nose. Then a glob of bloody mucus came up in my throat, then I felt fine and all was gone. However I have always felt a tiny feeling like mucus in still in the back of my throat. I have gone for endascope, I have gurd, hyatial hernia but the barrets esophogus that the dr. found in an endascope last year has now disappeared. I also have a feeling like my tongue is burning alot, some days more so than others.
I have decided to do a lung cleanse from Blessed Herbs. They were highly recommended to me by a person in natural healing. But I really don't think it is coming from the lungs however I would like to improve my lung funtion.... I've had tons of bloodwork done, nothing indicates anything abnormal. I know I have slight emphysema but nothing that the doctors are really concerned about. I did have a cat scan with contrast because they did find a spot on my lung...so I had another cat scan but the spot has gotten smaller. I quit smoking in 1995. I never drink milk only a few ounces of coffee mate in my coffee. I drink red wine and sometimes white wine. I drink alot of water and try to eat right .... I take lots of supplements because I also have IBS and can not tollerate most foods.
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