I know the doctor say that there are not symptoms but there has to be something anyone who has it do you have any symptoms and If you take medication is that for the rest of your life or can you get ...
We've all got mucus already but when you get a cold, the mucus get's soft and mushy and that's why it goes runny all of a sudden
most times we have sinus drainages that accumulate there and when bacteria form they have nowhere to go so they begin to ease down and also mucus from lungs and we are a mess
The snot is what the body is trying to get rid of. It is mainly stored in the lungs. When you get a cold the body is trying to cleanse them.
There are mucous membranes in your lungs that produce the "snot" in the same way your saliva glands produce saliva. When you are sick, these membranes are inflammed and irritated and they produce more mucous than usual.
This is why we cough -- we cough because our body is trying to expel the excessive mucous from inside our lungs. It's that little tickling sensation you get right before you cough or sneeze.