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Can I get postnasal drip from a temperature change?
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Dr. Luis Villaplana
Internal Medicine
In brief: YES BECAUSE THAT
Usually comes along with changes in barometric pressure, to which your upper respiratory tract will respond to.

In brief: YES BECAUSE THAT
Usually comes along with changes in barometric pressure, to which your upper respiratory tract will respond to.
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