Excess production of nasal secretions can cause post-nasal drip. The excess mucus can run down the back of the throat. A common cause of post-nasal drip is allergies to airborne particles including dust mites,animals,and molds.
At Allergy and Asthma Associates, we can help patients who are bothered by the irritation and discomfort of post-nasal drip, and the wheezing and coughing that can accompany it, when its source is an allergen.
Contact our office using the secure online appointment request form if you think an allergy may be behind you or your child’s frequent and recurring post-nasal drip.