this is not a question but a possible answer to all of the people posting symptoms of sticky stuff from where ever...i.e. ,lungs,throat, nose ,stools..etc.
parasites can create many symptoms and have larval stages in which they can migrate in your body to infect other areas or to get expelled to start the cycle anew.
roundworms appear to be the biggest culprit....but there are others.
took me awhile to connect the dots. i own a pleathura ( always liked that word...) of pets ...canine...equine...feline...peacocks...turtles....all have potential to infect us.
the good news is it's treatable homeopathically . and it might answer questions our doctors can't....or won't. unfortunately it does nothing to improve your spelling sooo....hope this helps someone somewhere....
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