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    fleshy looking mucus
    whplshcrv posted:
    I had a similar experience. I was very sick(fever,sore throat,congestion, post nasal drip). I woke up in the middle of the night with my nose totally stuffed. Suddenly i managed to suck an enormous mass of mucus through the roof of my mouth! I ran to the bathroom & spit it into a tissue. It was very thick like flesh, had the texture of raw chicken, had a grayish green color with threads of blood running through it. it felt like the tiny drainage holes on the roof of my mouth were a little sore & raw after this "tissue" passed through but my sore throat went away almost immediately, my fever broke & by the morning I felt 100 times better. Anyone ever have something similar happen w/ the roof of the mouth thing?

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