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Sinusitis with only post nasal drip
I was diagnosed with sinusitis after ct scan around 5 months ago. 95% of the symptoms were gone within a month after taking antibiotics,nasal spray etc. Currently only symptom i have is post nasal drip that occurs at night, morning I have mucus coming down the throat. I do not have cough or anything. Is the sinusitis not cured? is post nasal drip lifelong without surgery? And do i need surgery even if post nasal drip is not affecting my quality of life..?
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Post nasal drip is because of chronic sinusitis. Continue nasal sprays
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If you still have postnasal drip, your sinusitis hasn’t resolved.I suggest you continue the nasal spray and antihistamine tablet for atleast a few months. Send all the prescriptions and investigation reports.
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What was report on CT scan..? Can u upload the scanner report
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