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Sneezing, coughing and tickling sensation in the throat. Normal chest x-ray. What else could be causing this?

I have throat tickling resulting sever coughing and sneezing . I get throat tickling at anytime, it could be at night wakes me up from deep sleep, it could be when sitting watching tv, it could be after a meal. sometimes tears come out of my eyes when i cough, my saliva becomes like okra veg, i have to keep on spitting out, i have to keep on clearing my throat. It has been over six months now since i had it, but I remember I used to sneeze every time I open books in library but never used to be serious like now. I m really frustrated, I visited two doctors so far one x- rayed my chest came out clean, the other doctor suggested throat spray etc.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
hi there,the symptoms described by you are consistent with that of allergy. You could go for an allergy test in which they identify the causative factor and in the meanwhile you could use antihistaminics for symptomatic cure. Take care
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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