I recently noticed that I have semi white "boogers" on my lips in the morning when I wake up. Is this normal? They are elastic in nature and don't leave anything like soreness under them when I whipe them or lick them away.
I mouth breathe alot when I sleep as well, and wake up with a dry mouth often.
The stuff is only seen in the morning, so I don't really have any way to show it except by taking a picture right when I wake up. I'm kind of concerned it might be Thrush or something.
Just a detail I forget, I only see these on my upper and lower lip in the morning and it varies from not being present to slightly more severe, but they always look the same, though I do seem to have whiteness on the back of my tounge usually.
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