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Why do I have a bad smelling mucus in my throat ?

i have all my life cream-colored small meat-like mucus on my throat that i cough out each time i brush my teeth from the pressure of vomiting due to the saliva and the toothpaste mixture. they smell bad! even my breath smells like this. its smell is like the nasal drip. it s horrible suffering from this all my life! thank you so much.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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i think you have post nasal drip from Chronic Sinusitis( Long standing infection and inflammation of Sinuses), which is the cause of your problem. Try Steam inhalation and warm saline gargling( Add one spoon of common salt to lukewarm water ) and gargle & Antibiotic like Azithromycin 500mg once daily for three days and nasal decongestants may help.
If it does not help please see a ENT Surgeon
Take good care
Answered: Thu, 9 Feb 2012
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