We have had a near life-long quest to solve our sons
severe mucous (alergy to dust-mite and restricts near all dairy), breathing,
throat-clearing/mild cough, severe snoring problem.
We took him to a variety of doctors and an Ear, nose and throat
(enterologist). He has also been to see sports medicine doctors.
The ENT was a lovely fellow, but concluded the guy is stressed. Joke. Most
All others want to treat him for excercise induced asthma - none of which
He is a very bright lad, tutors a girl with the same symptomotology and lack
of successful treatment.
I give him idodine drops and that helps - a little, but the best to date.
He is 23. When his breathing is better he can drop 3 to 6 shots in golf -
already at "+2 handicap". He is currently in very humid conditions and the humidity is restricting his breathing/chest/throat.
Any suggestions you can make would be appreciated - we have to tell doctors
here what to do to go the next step, which we do not like to do.
Hope you can advise please.
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