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Runny and stuffy nose, itchy watery eyes, throat pain, voice lost, breathing problem. Is it due to mold, smoke or drink?

I am a 17 year old girl and moved into a new place a couple months ago. Since I have moved in i have been getting a runny and stuffy nose , itchy watery eyes on occasion, very off and on throat pain and phlegm I even lost my voice for a week. I woke up this morning with thick phlegm at the back of my tongue I had trouble coughing it up and had trouble breathing, it was very long and stringy . what do you think i have ? could it be mold in the house maybe? or is it fully because i smoke and occasionally drink.
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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WELCOME TO HCM.
IT SEEMS U R HAVING ALLERGY TO SOMETHING IN UR SURROUNDINGS. IT MAY BE MORE IN HOUSE OR POLLEN FROM FLOWERS OR SOME INSECTS OR SOMETHING ELSE AROUND U. BUT DEFINITELY UR SMOKING AND DRINKING HABIT IS WORSENING THE SITUATION. AVOID SMOKING AND DRINKING NEED TO SEE A PULMONOLOGIST (CHEST AND TB SPECIALIST SOON BEFORE THE CONDITION WORSEN. U PROBABLY WILL HAVE TO SHIFT TO NEW PLACE IF PROBLEM PERSISTS.
Answered: Thu, 20 Mar 2014
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