continuous nasal discharge could most of the time imply you have an allergic rhinitis
. left untreated, nearby structures could be predisposed to infection causing sinusitis
or ethmoiditis, which are far more serious health conditions.
Treatment of allergic rhinitis usually ranges from using nasal sprays, topical anti histaminic drug drugs, systemic anti histaminic drugs, steroids
and cortico steroid nasal sprays. A good clinical evaluation by your physician or at times the ENT specialist
to rule out nasal polyps might be needed. Appropriate treatment is based on the exact diagnosis.
Consulting your ENT specialist could be a great idea for better evaluation and appropriate treatment.
Hope this helps as I wish you the best of health,