I've had sinus congestion and post-nasal drip for 3 months. What doctor do I see?

Primary care doc. In general it is always a good idea to start with your primary physician - he/she knows your overall health status and can start you on simple treatments for this type of complaint. If these fail then he/she may refer you to an ENT or other specialist.

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I've had sinus congestion and post-nasal drip for 2 months? Should I switch nasal steroid sprays?

See the doctor. You could try adding an antihistamine with or without a decongestant over the counter. Or, you could see your doctor to see if you have developed a sinus infection. Read more...

I was diagnosed with silent gerd. I had post nasal drip and hoarsness. A few days later I experienced sinus congestion and 100.2 fever. I currentl?

Sinus infection? With sinus congestion, post nasal drip, fever, I would wonder if you have a sinus infection. You may need antibiotics, so see your doctor. In the meantime, "Simply Saline" spray, a nettie pot, guaifeniscen, may all help. If you feel severely ill, go to the ER or urgent care center. GERD can be responsible for hoarseness, choking sensation, and a range of other symptoms OTHER than heartburn. Read more...

I've had bad nasal congestion and laryngitis. Now I am having pain under my right eye. Could this be caused by the sinus congestion?

See doctor. You need to see a doctor to get examined. Since your description is not detailed enough, it is hard to even guess what the cause may be since it may just be from a cold but a sinus infection should be considered as well. Read more...

I have been having nasal congestion accompanied by some laryngitis. Now I have pain under my right eye. Is this coming from the sinus congestion?

Probably. You may have pressure from swelling/congestion in your right maxillary sinus or you may have developed a sinus infection. For relief, you can try an over the counter decongestant spray (no more than 3 days), steroid nasal spray (especially if you think it might be allergies) or even saline spray may help. If it worsens, or doesn't go away within a few weeks you should see your doctor. Read more...
Nasal /sinus congest. Possibly. When you lie down the fluid from your nose drips down( gravity) to your sinuses as they are below the nose when supine . The laryngitis can be viral or irritation from PND like a leaky faucet. Keep head of bed at 30 degrees consider antihistamines. Now with sinus pain you may have an infection and need antibiotics. Swelling around the eye is urgent . F/U with doc/urgent care. Read more...
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