I have this thick mucus that seems to be produced if I swallow hard...it feels like it gets stuck in my throat and right behind my nose/throat. I cough to try to get rid of it, but it comes right back. I have to blow my nose in the morning, and a little during the day..is this allergies or what? I have tried everything to get rid of it, I have tried 4 different kinds of allergy medicine and tons of stuff like mucinex. Also tried 2 different kinds of nose sprays.View Thread
Hi I have had a stuffy nose/cough for about 2 months. I don't cough too much, mainly in the morning and never at night or while sleeping. I feel all mucusy and constantly clear my throat. If it was something major wouldn't I be coughing up blood or coughing at night?
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