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What happens when some back mucus comes out while cleaning the mouth early in the morning? Is it dangerous? For health.

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Usually the lining of nasal cavity, sinuses are covered with mucous membrane which secrets mucous to moist the tissue. In certain cases especially when you have any allergy, cold or when you breathe alot from mouth mucous usually comes through mouth. Please see if you have any of such issues. For cold use otrivin spray at night. There is nothing to worry other wise.
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No it's normal.
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No, it is not a dangerous symptom. Take it easy. Maintain your oral hygiene. Brush your teeth twice daily. Clean your tongue also with tongue cleaner.
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Dear Lybrate user nothing to worry. You may use any mouthwash after having meals. Still if you feel some problem. Regards.
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Hi you should take lot of fluids daily, brush your teeth twice daily with proper brushing technique, get your teeth cleaned by dentist, color of teeth varies from person to person and after clinical evaluation only reason of yellowish teeth can be told so kindly visit your dentist.
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Only if you would have mentioned any tobacco related habit, specially smoking, mucous secretion with or without cough could be a sign of chronically inflamed airway. Otherwise it is normal in many cases without causing any short or long term problem.
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Not at all you must be suffering from cough.
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No it is not. Just spit it out.
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No need to worry.
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It means there is a infection, not of serious type but there is a infection, you need to visit your doctor for this purpose.
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