A 29-year-old male asked:
Can antihistamines make thick mucus pnd worse? suffering thick mucus back of nose 2 yrs, no front congestion/nasal discharge, tried everything with dr
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Allergy and Immunology 10 years experience
Yes: An allergist or ENT comfortable treating different types of rhinitis may be needed to narrow the scope of potential causes for your rhinitis/post-nasal drip. Antihistamines do not work for all subtypes. A more targeted combination therapy will likely be more effective for you. Good luck
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Last updated Mar 9, 2018
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