Is it normal to swallow mucus?

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Q: Is it normal to swallow mucus?
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How much mucus do you swallow each day?

We swallow about a gallon of mucus a day. Dust and bacteria are in the air we breath and gets filtered into mucus. This is why it is healthier to breath through our nose.

Can mucus upset your stomach?

no but if you swallow it, it will make you more sick

Feeling like have mucus in your throat that need to swallow?

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What eventually happens to the mucus?

you swallow it and digest it or else it lines your stomach and throat

Mucus and pregnancy?

if you are far along in your pregnancy mucus is normal.. nasty but normal if your not to far along contact your doctor

Why does the digestive system have so much mucus?

Some mucus is for cell membrane development to protect the body. Another reason may be due to common cold you could have swallow mucus.

What about blood-tinged mucus that follows a normal bowel movement?

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Can your mucus plug be yellowish green?

Yes its perfectly normal for mucus plug to be tinged Green or Yellow. Mucus plus means exactly that .. Mucus..

Is it normal to wipe and have mucus in it?

wipe whar???

Can mucus in the vaginia prevent pregnancy?

No, mucus in the vagina is normal and is sometimes a sign of increased fertility

Is it normal to have mucus in period bleed?

The fluid can be watery or have some clots, passing some mucus is normal but it should mainly be blood that was built up on the uterus.

What is mucus?

Mucus is that green stuff inside your nose. It's also inside your throat-it's there to (hopefully) stop viruses, bacteria and anything else that may start a disease getting inside your body. You swallow it and they get destroyed in the stomach. Mucus is the slimy matter secreted by your mucous membranes to provide lubrication and protection from germs. An example is the mucus in your nose.Mucus as in mucus plug, and mucus membrane.