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Jul 11, 2019
... t a lump in the throat. I tried getting it out and then my throat tightened. I could still breathe but it felt tight. I had light fevers. Nothing going over 100. Mucus in my throat and some in my lungs with and without coughing. ... (7 replies)
... No you don't have to have thick mucus. I assumed you did because you talked about congestion. But allergies can just make the tissues in your sinuses very swollen (just like your turbinates) There is also a type of rhinitis that is not caused by allergies. But don't rely on the MRI to tell you whether or not you have mucus. Just because there is no blockage, doesn't... (10 replies)
... I am not sure if this is related to allergies but I believe this is the best place, since it mainly involves my nose. ... (3 replies)

... So June 1st is when my lpr or allergies started. I was getting severe mucus everytime I ate anything and I literally thought I had a ball in my throat. ... (3 replies)
... This problem is really irritating me and making me go crazy. I am not sure if it is caused by post nasal drip, allergies or something else. Any help ll be appreciated... ... (0 replies)
... nose. For the better part of four years I have had a fairly consistent dry cough, I went to the doctor about a year ago and got diagnosed with allergies to airborne substances. Then I started having breathing problems along with the coughing and went in and came back with an inhaler, turns out I have asthma too. ... (11 replies)
... There are mucus membranes in the throat. Throat Allergies can result in swelling, inflammation, discomfort, and excessive mucus in the throat, similar to what happens with sinus allergies. ... (1 replies)
... OK here's the way allergies really trigger infection. Allergies can stimulate production of mucus and cause inflammation of airways, including sinuses. Inflammation means less room for mucus to move around and drain and flush itself out. ... (4 replies)
... I've had severe allergies all my life so a lot of what is true for me is not often true for others. That said, I have always had a lot of trouble with my ears when I go to the mountains. ... (2 replies)
... in its usually related directly to that. I try to not do it so much so that I don't make myself another problem! I mainly posted here because I've never heard of allergies being exacerbated suddenly by a cold. Meaning, I've had allergies and colds before, but my allergies never worsened due to the cold. ... (2 replies)
... Sometimes when I eat I get a feeling of mucus in my throat. ... (1 replies)
... I've been suffering with chronic lung mucus and chronic throat clearing for many years and am DESPERATE to solve this riddle. ... (3 replies)
... then it could be an allergy. mucinex helps break up phlegm but it won't help dry out your sinuses so you'll be able to clear your throat better, but all the mucus will still be there. i would go to see your doctor, you may want a prescription. ... (13 replies)
... I have allergies to pets, dust and plants, but other than the constant mucus and congestion, I'm not experiencing typical allergy symptoms other than mild sneezing, and there are no animals in my home. ... (2 replies)
... The only antihistamine I have tried is zrytec through prescription for about 4 days and it seemed like it made things worse. Because the excessive mucus from the post nasal drip started drying up in my throat or getting more sticky so then I couldn't remove it and I really felt like I couldn't breath. ... (8 replies)
... It sounds like allergies to me. Have you tried just taking an antihistamine and seeing if it helps? ... (18 replies)
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... If I do have allergies, is it guaranteed that I would have thick mucus in my sinuses causing the pressure? ... (10 replies)
... The yellow mucus could be a sign of infection and might mean that you have sinus infection. That can be checked out by doing a CT scan to see if your sinus are indeed infected. ... (3 replies)
... When I was a kid, I constantly had PND and the doctor told my mom that some people just have more mucus than others. What a bunch of balony! IMO PND is the first symptom of allergies in many people. ... (13 replies)


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