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How I get rid of constant catarrh in the throat ?

I have constant Catarrh in my throat , I have it all the time and have been troubled with it for years.In The Year 2000 I went to America Florida and when I was there I got bit by Mosquitoes loads of times I thought that I was going to be eaten alive it was that bad. when I returned home I was troubled with every time I eat something My Nose would fill up with mucus and I would have to blow my nose, This was very unusual for me to have to do . this seemed to carry on for some time I can not remember how long I just know that it seemed to move to my throat and every time I have something to eat now my throat fills up with a lump of Catarrh and i have to go and spit it out but I am troubled most of the time and find myself upsetting other people who have to be near me because I am trying to clear my throat. I can feel the catarrh all the time and every time i cough I bring up Catarrh
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
hi renee
welcome to healthcaremagic

on analysing your symptoms you seem to be suffering from chronic sinusitis, which might surgical intervention for relief, pl consult an ENT surgeon

Answered: Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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  Anonymous's Response
Get a throat culture done and then start a good antibiotic . you would get a lot of relief.
Answered: Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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