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I saw different doctors and never got positive results. I don't know what is wrong with me.I have water dripping from nose for one year and sometimes eye watering but no head aches,when I sleep or lie it goes down my throat. It makes me nervous and uncomfortable. House doctor said that I was cold and gave me antibiotics but no positive results. After that I was to an Ear,Nose, and Throat specialist and made me alergy test and looked my nose and the doctor said that i have no alergy just said that my nose is too active and angry and gaved me just nose spray but still same problem.When I am angry or stressed it happens or when I go out from inside It starts dreeping ,also when I wake up in morning,my nose are blocked,I have bad breathing and sometimes like dizziness I thnk because of bad breathing, so I would please anyone to give me any Idea what should i do.I started to be complex with my self.I'm thinking non stop that somthing bad will happen to me.sorry about my gramer I'm from EU

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replied April 5th, 2009
Cold, Flu and Viral Infections Answer A6256

According to the data you provided, you might be experiencing chronic inflammation of the nose (rhinitis) or of the sinuses (sinusitis). The chronic inflammation might be due to allergy. The problem with the allergy tests is that they include testing to the most often allergens. Allergy panel with wider range of allergens might discover the exact allergen you should avoid. X-ray of the sinuses might easily confirm or rule out the chronic inflammation if the sinuses.
Anti-inflammatory nasal sprays and avoiding the possible allergen might be suggested as further treatment.

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