SinusitisI am a 40 year old male. I used to suffer from asthma in childhood and kind of subsided when I started college. 5-6 years back I used to have thick green mucus coming out of nose and also post nasal causing nasal voice, cough, wheeze etc. After a heavy dose & course of antibiotics and steroid it would be ok for 2-3 weeks and then come back slowly. Then I got MRI done for sinuses and it was confirmed I have chronic sinusitis + deviated septum on the right side. On good days I can breathe well on right side, no blockage. But when it is blocked I can feel the deviated septum well. I perpetually have green mucus in sinus, post nasal drip & a bit of cough even now despite daily dose of flixonase nasal spray, betamethasone inhaler, mucosolvan + sinsia (danzen) tablets. When I take sinsia (danzen) even more mucus comes out of post nasal or thru nostril. I tried homeopathy but the doctor would not tell me what is the medicine name, it didn't quite work. Am wondering if I can get some help here. I have some mucus in lungs / chest always as well. I had TB traces during childhood and was treated for it. One of the parents is asthmatic as well. Other info - I like sweets, don't like cold weather, cough / cold gets worse when I take head bath, sinus attach + severe cough etc is guaranteed when I drink coke / beer or eat ice cream. Thanks in advance for your help.
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