Our expert says:
It is possible that this reaction where your nose produces drops of clear liquid when you eat or drink is of physiological origin. For example, most people produce saliva in their mouths when they smell or taste foods. I have also heard of people who start to sweat when they eat or drink, which is sometimes related to damage to the facial nerves. I would recommend that you consult an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist for an opinion if this condition is a problem or intensifies.
I hope the dr will be able to determine the cause of your nasal reactions to eating.
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