The sensation of postnasal drip can develop due to excess mucus production, throat irritation or thickened mucus. The most common conditions associated with postnasal drip include:
Your nose and throat produce mucus around-the-clock to moisten the nasal membranes, filter foreign particles and help your body fight infections.
Acid reflux is a condition that can be very receptive to lifestyle changes. Many of our patients are able to control their symptoms by:
If your postnasal drip persists and does not respond to home remedies, you’ll want to see your SFENTA™ ear, nose and throat doctor. During your appointment, your physician will examine your nose, throat and vocal cords with a thin, lighted microscope. Depending on the findings of the exam, possible treatments include:
Postnasal drip is one of the most common complaints ENT doctors hear – and fortunately, it’s a treatable problem. Contact SFENTA™ today and let our experienced ear, nose and throat specialists help you relieve your symptoms.
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