Post-Nasal Drip

Definition of Post-Nasal Drip:

A constant flow of mucous and discharge down the "back of the throat", generally caused by acute infection or allergies.  This drip can in turn be responsible for the development of a secondary cough due to irritation of the larynx, and bronchospasm in asthmatic individuals.

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Nasal Polyps

...the condition
“...The clinical features of nasal polyps include nasal congestion (100%), loss of smell and/or taste (75%), sneezing and runny nose (60%), post-nasal drip (65%), facial pain (35%), and itchy eyes (25%)...”
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