Causes Such As Mucus Between The Respiratory Tract And Mouth?
Good evening, I’m a 29-year-old woman. It’s been 2 weeks between the respiratory tract and my mouth like mucus, but can not be removed, it feels quite disturbing. R nWhat is that why? R nAnd I have already checked with a general practitioner, given medication but no effect. r nThank you
There is mucus in the respiratory tract can be caused due to various causes. Some conditions that can cause a lot of mucus in the airways such as:
Allergic pharyngitis / inflammation of the throat Pneumonia / bronchitis lung tissue infection GERD / stomach acid disease One of the causes that quite often causes mucus in the airways is due to airway hypersensitivity or allergies. In allergic conditions such as cold air, dust, or smoke, there can be an increase in mucus secretion in the airways. This can cause shortness of breath, feeling full and itchy in the throat, and can be accompanied by coughing.
In addition, conditions such as GERD / stomach acid disease can also cause there is a feeling like a lump in the throat, there is like phlegm in the throat area, chest feels hot and uncomfortable, shortness of breath, mouth feels acidic.
If indeed you have gone to the doctor and it does not improve, then you should check your condition to your doctor again, or you can also see a specialist in internal medicine.
It is recommended that you don't smoke, don't consume alcohol. After eating do not lie down immediately, avoid consuming foods that are sour and spicy. wear a mask when outside the home. consume enough fruits and vegetables, and drink enough water.
The following article you can read about thick phlegm
may be useful. thank you