Our expert says:
Doing a tonsillectomy does not cause a post nasal drip (PND). You may just have become aware of the problem, as the tonsil problem has been sorted out. Texa is an anti-histamine , and is used to controll nasal and general allergies, and if it works, your PND could be the result of allergic rhinitis. This could increase the amount of mucous produced by the nasal cavity, causing this problem. As it is due to your body's response to your environment, the management may be permanent. In that case, using a topical nasal steroid will be both effective, and safe, and should control your symptoms. Discuss this with your doctor.
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