So.... For 15 years you have had no mucas problem. Man have you been lucky.
Starting from day 1, I have had a mucas problem.
But I can minimize it if I drink plenty of fluids and cranberry juice.
Maybe you are like me. I find that, at times, I don't drink as much water as I should because I am afraid of night time incontinence and I dehydrate a bit.
But I envy you the 15 years!
I hope the solution is simple as this and you can again be a shining example for all of us here.
Best of luck to you. I hope this is not a sign of any other health issues.
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If you have not had mucus in the past I would talk to my doctor or Urologist to check for anurinary track infection. If it isn't that upping your water intake might help or some people find that certain food cause a increase in mucus. For myself it is usually I am not getting enough water, but to tell you the truth with the years I see less and less mucus. That is the reason I would suggest getting it checked.
Hope that helps.
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