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Reoccurring sinus problem, wax build up in ears, mucus, nasal congestion. No relief with medications?

Hi, my sinuses have been terrible for the past 3 years with major wax build up in my ears, lots of mucus , tons of nasal congestion . I have been to 4 doctors... all do the same thing, i.e. flush my ears out, put me on antobiotic, nasal spray and ear drops... Great.. feels good for about 3-4 months then it comes back...Now, its back....and the boogers that come out of my left nostril in the morning and evening look like something out of a sci-fi movie,.... I am also noticing that my poop is lighter in color and loose with mucus.... I m tired and not sure what to do next... any advise? thank you
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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If your Dr has tried several methods of controlling this issue you may need to be seen by an allergist or an ENT. It is hard to tell what the underlying issue is so further evaluation is the best recommendation I can make
Answered: Wed, 30 Oct 2013
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