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nasal congestion since long mucus flow..

i am having nasal congestion since long mucus flow is in the opposite direction ie .. from my upper throat downwards. there is no pain as such , but its irritating..i was having tonsilitis for the last few days for which i took arithromycin 500 1 tab for 5 days the nose congesion has lasted for a long long time .. about 3 months.i had got cold for some time and since then ive had nose congestion
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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after 12 years usually adults dont affect with tonsillitis You need to go to ENT and get physical examination done he will check your throat and nose and ear and will suggest the rquiered medication mean time you do warm water gargles with pinhc of salt init it will soothen your problem
Answered: Mon, 18 Jan 2010
  Anonymous's Response

Rather than infection this could be a problem due to an allergic issue. I think that you should consult an ENT surgeon or an Allergy specialist for further evaluation.

Answered: Sat, 9 Jan 2010
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