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Nose producing excessive mucus swallowing. Have had rhinitis. On dustmine injections. Further?

I am sorry but dont have any money to pay but my nose is producing excessive mucus swallowing 24/7 I have had rhinitus for 32 years was fobbed of a bit at a London Hospital said take all your nasal sprays and come back been on dustmite injections no difference in conversation it was said that your tubinates can be cauterised and narrowed I am seriously worried as never had operation and would be frightended to be put out do you think they have diagnosis right did ct scan 2 years ago but I said I would like another one go back in January could not tolerate the camera up but not sure if ct scan shows the same thing, but this time I am producing mucus every second. You can email me at YYYY@YYYY sorry I do not have the money to pay though if you cant answer I will fully understand worried at the moment as also have my brother in intensive care Thanks Karen
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hi karen ! Relax! Don't go for ct scan as you already did and it has radiation too. Now about your nose.! If you went to an ENT and he told you that your nasal turbine are large. That is why you can't breath and allergy symptom. at present take care of your brother. try home remedies for some time like vicks or special capsule are available to pour into hot water and inhale. Avoid too hot or cold temprature. Later if you get time go to ENT in govermental hospital for check up, if they say surgery is needed then you have to do. As i think i lived in russia, now i india . Operation are free in govermental hospital. Don't worry operation is very small. Relax ! Take care and think about it. Wishing health to your brother. Bye.
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