I'm having green mucus from my mouth and nose, what could this be?

Body's fighting... Please see a doctor asap. The strangely colored discharge may be a sign of infection the body is fighting against. If it looks coming from your nose and mouth, sinus may be involved also. Typically, ENT doctors see these cases, but your family doctor can give you appropriate course of action. If it is normal (like the color came from food, etc.), you may be released with assurance of health.

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