what does it mean when you cough up brown and yellow mucus everyday? I'm verry congested all the time. when I'm sleeping in I breathe n it makes me start coughing up stuff in the middle of the night I'm 23 years old with two children ones three years old and ones four years old and its verry hard waking up every morning and coughing so hard that it pretty much makes me sick everyday this is been going on for about 2 years now I've been to several doctors in xrays on my chest and theyve listened to my chest and they said it sounds and looks okay but obviously something is causing all this congestion I had chronic asthma when I was a kid but I haven't suffered from it for a while now if you guys have any answers for me please let me know thank you so much
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