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Black spots behind throat, constant sneezing, swallowing difficulty, heart burn. Treatment?

Hi I have small black spots on the back of my throat , I have itching up my nose and I sneeze constantly between 3 and 5 am. My face feels like it is burning. I can t swallow properly as it feels like there is a permenant lump there and I can t cough anything up and between my breasts there is a burning sensation but I don t think it is heart burn as I get the pain when I am breathing in and out and it is a deep pain. Thank-you
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
tis is allegy and due to sneezng and long problem it gets the form of sinuses an pos nasal drip ofinus causes the all above problems explained
get xray done pns waters view
tab metrogyl 200 mgm bd take tab singulat 10 m,gm bd
cap moza plus empty stomach
syp tossex 1/2 tsf night
apply neosporin h eye ointmet in nose
and put sea water drops in nose 2 dropat night
corse 2 week
post after investigations
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