First of all, my patients have many mucus problems, because mucus it forms in all upper respiratory-gastric system infections, and is one of the symptoms most affecting the quality of life of the patient. Whether it is acute illnesses or prodromal stadium of illness, there is over secretion that leads to many problems in patients.
The base is that mucus first appears in the prodromal stadium of the disease, and points out to the possibility of developing acute respiratory infection or acute rhinosinusitis. The best thing to do at this time are NOT antibiotics, but secretolytic agents and nose drops, decongestants, that can at that time prevent further illness development and prevent bacterial superinfection.
Increased secretion- mucus is best resolved with secretolytic agents and there is a new product called Propomucil – he too leads to decrease in mucus and inflammation, increased secretolytic function, and eased mucus excretion. In these patients, if we react in time, no superinfection will occur, new acute symptoms development can factually be prevented.