There is no way to answer that question because our bodies are covered with billions as well as the billions inside our digestive tract. There are more germs associated with a person than there are persons on this planet.
there are 400000000000000 germs on human hand and it can varie
9888.364185 germs a week
a million germs are in your mouth
About 25,200,000,000 white blood cells in an average human body. They are part of the immune system and will attack germs, viruses, etc. that are dangerous to the human body.
That would be mucus
depends on how you take care of your body
The human body can handle some germs in the body it helps the body learn to fight and build up an immunity. The body will learn what is foreign like a bacteria and fight against it to promote health. A flu shot is putting a little bit of the flu germs in our body so the body can build up antibodies against it.
Some "germs" or bacteria and viruses cause disease and sickness in general. However, some bacteria are neutral or helpful to the human body.