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What is the cause for mucus in my throat every morning? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Jan-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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Practicing since : 2005
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User:Hello dr im feeling secretions in morning everday
Doctor:Can you reframe the sentence?
User:In early morning
Doctor:The meaning is not clear
User:Feel like I have cough and remove sputum
User:Showed to dr general physicians they say no problem
Doctor:You are getting mucous in throat every morning
User:In winter it z more
Doctor:What colour is the mucous?
User:Sometimes becoz of dz I get headache
Doctor:What other symptoms do you have?
User:No other signs or symptoms
Doctor:What colour is the mucous?
User:I had dz problem from 10 years
Doctor:Do you have white coating of tongue?
User:No its pinkI
Doctor:In that case, the best next step is a throat swab
User:What z the cure or how to come out from dz
Doctor:The cure depends on the condition
User:Throat swab?
Doctor:If it is a bacterial infection, then antibiotics will be needed
Doctor:In throat swab, the infecting organism will be identified
User:Ok I need to be checked with any specialists
Doctor:A sputum microscopy can also be done
Doctor:you need to contact with an ear, nose and throat specialist
Doctor:A liitle but of sputum is mostly normal
Doctor:sometimes there may be another cause
Doctor:tests are usually needed to find the cause
User:Sure I ll check with a ent dr
User:Thank u
Doctor:Thanks for consulting
Doctor:Do you have any other question?
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