What kind of medicine can you take (over the counter) to cure post-nasal drip?
I've never had this condition before, but now it's persistant for 3 weeks. I thought i just had a cough, but my boss suggested that it is post-nasal drip? The more I read up on it, the more I realized it is.
What kind of medication/s should I take to successfully rid myself of post-nasal drip?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Fexofenedene HCL 180mg (Allegra) sold OTC
- sweet toothLv 61 decade ago
cough for 3 weeks is a sign you should see a dr, it could be anything from infection to post nasal drip to allergy to reflux, so if you go to your gp you will probably get a better diagnosis and more chnce to get better soon. your boss probably means well and you do want what's best for you but guessing and trying different meds is not the answer.
- EmmyLv 61 decade ago
Unpleasant, isn't it?
Any good decongestant should clear it up, like Sudafed, Mucinex D, or Claritin D.
And drinking something hot also helps temporarily.
- old_woman_84Lv 71 decade ago
Sudafed will dry it up but it may not cure it. If this is not a short term thing--you may need to see a doctor.
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- yellabanana77Lv 41 decade ago
advil cold and Sinus works wonder but bring your ID-you can only get it from the pharmacist and you have to be 18 yrs or older
- 1 decade ago
Echinacea and Astragalus.... you get it at health food stores... not "drug" stores. Drugs just hide the symptoms, they do nothing to help cure the problem.
- 1 decade ago
contact 400 they r good from chemist
- Anonymous1 decade ago