Articles About Green Mucus

Green Mucus in Stool in Adults – Something To Worry About?

Green Mucus in Stool

Babies can have weird poop pretty regularly. Their diet entails high nutrient breast milk or formula that can entirely change the look, color and consistency of fecal matter (as well as the smell). It’s not uncommon in infants to experience

Green Mucus in Eye – What Kind of Eye Infection Is That?

Green Mucus in Eye

Nobody wants to wake up with green mucus in eye areas, but unfortunately, it’s incredibly common. Typically, eye mucus is referred to as pus drainage, and it can be characterized by weeping and oozing of the tear duct areas.

Green Mucus in Nose and Throat – Bacterial or Viral Infection?

Green Mucus in Nose

Nasal mucus is very, very abundant stuff, even when there is no illness present. Most normal nasal mucus is clear in color, so this alarming shift in hue and very drastic change in mucus color can serve as an infection indicator.

Green Cervical Mucus Before Period – Is It a Sign of Yeast Infection?

Green Cervical Mucus

Cervical mucus isn’t exactly on the top of everyone’s favorite discussion topics lists; however this watery, stringy goo is actually an incredibly important part of good vaginal health. The mucus serves as means to remove bacteria and dead skin cells from the body,

Coughing up Green Mucus – Contagious or Not?

Coughing up Green Mucus

Throat mucus is very normal. It is the body’s natural response to dryness, such as that which occurs when yelling and screaming become abundant or as a response to environmental toxins like cigarette smoke. Throat mucus acts as a moisturizing lubricant and it doesn’t always necessarily indicate illness.