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Nasal blockage, difficulty in breathing, mucus in nose, lungs. No relief with medication

Hello Doc, My Javeed I have nasal blockage from past five days and had difficulty in breathing ....right now I m breathing from mouth.. There was lot of mucus coming from nose and from lungs.,. took cefixime for 3days and then started with Azethromicin 250mg + Sinerast tab....and Terbutaline Sulphate & Guaiphenesin Syrub..... Kindly fed up of these nasal blockage.....
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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Thank you for your query.

1. Get a plain CT PNS (Para Nasal Sinuses) done (pre and post decongestion with Otrivin nasal drops) and post the images (not the report) here.

2. Your medication is fine for the short term. You may add decongestant nasal drops such as Otrivin or Otrinoz for a few days (not longer than 2 weeks) and stem inhalation.

3. Get your nose and throat examined by a n ENT Specialist. You seem to have a PND (Post Nasal Drip) and some bronchitis. Do you have acid reflux?

Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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