no but if you swallow it, it will make you more sick
Jack Dombrowski makes mucus in the stomach
Mucus protects stomach lining from gastric acids.
it could be alot of things... are any of these the symptoms? Decreased appetite Weight loss Upset stomach Anemia Mucus or blood in the feces you already have upset stomach... if you have observed any of these, its time to bring your dog to the vet...
The stomach is protected from acid by mucus, a slippery substance. The mucus covers the inside of the whole stomach. If there is a patch of mucus that is not there then it will cause a lot of pain from the acid.
The stomach wall is protected by mucus. The mucus regenerates about every 2 weeks or so.
The stomach lining secretes a thick layer of mucus that helps protect it from the stomach acid. Aspirin, Motrin, Advil, Aleve, ibuprofen etc (but not Tylenol/ acetominophen) decrease the production of this mucus and so can lead to stomach upset and inflammation and occasionally ulcers.
The mucus lining in the stomach is actually a protection barrier between the stomach and it's own acids. A new layer of mucus is created bi-weekly so that the acids in the stomach don't burn through the stomach and eventually the entire body.
Yes, your stomach is lined with mucus. The chemicals the stomach secretes (i.e., pepsin) are designed to digest protein. But your stomach walls are also made of protein! The mucus coats the lining of your stomach so the chemicals do not destroy the lining.
mucus cells (NOT goblet cells) make and secrete mucus into the gastric pit of the stomach lumen. The mucus covers the stomach protecting it from the acidic environment of HCL (pH aprox 2) that could harm the stomach without this mucus lining.
If your stomach didn't produce a new layer of mucus every week, it would digest itself.
A lining of mucus is what protects ur stomach from hydrochloric acid
The stomach lining is protected from the very strong acid of the stomach by a coat of mucus. It is secreted by mucous membranes.