Post Nasal DripI need help selecting an acute remedy for my post nasal drip.
It is on the left side constantly running down back of throat, catarrh is clear, no odor. It's causing a sore throat and left ear pain (which is what PND does). I am sensitive to cold, drafts am constantly swallowing. I feel weak and have been sleeping alot and am spacy at times. Sometimes I have drainage come out front nostrils but it's very scant and clear and mostly only after eating something warm like soup. My sinuses feel dry and burn and are stuffy so I mostly mouth breathe which makes my sore throat worse.
Burns on 2009-07-16
zambian last decade
Do you think that any of my sypmtoms sound like lachesis by chance?
Burns last decade
*Stopped coryza. Discharge, with every cough. Nosebleed, with
amenorrhoea; on blowing the nose. Blood and pus from nose.
Paroxysms of sneezing in hay asthma. Red pimples on nose (rum
blossom); of drunkards. Cannot bear anything before nose.
As of a lump in throat; ascending and is swallowed back again.
As of hot lump or soft body or crumb of bread. *Throat pain
extends to ear. *Choking. ***SWALLOWING; *painful; the wrong way;
returns through nose; worse empty swallowing, less from liquids
and better by solids. Excessive tenderness of throat to external
pressure; *must loosen collar. Diphtheria, laryngeal.
Tonsillitis. Quinsy. Hawks out foul pellets from throat, in
chronic sore throat; or thick mucus which cannot be forced up or
down. Throat pit feels swelled or sore spot back of pit.
Constriction better eating. Cannot swallow sweet or acrid things.
zambian last decade
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