Jelly like transparent mucus
I need your help on a problem that I haven't checked with the doctor yet hoping that it's not serious. For the last few years, I have had a jelly-like transparent, sticky mucus in my chest. I never felt any pain. That substance keeps on developing in my lungs, or some air passage. In cold, I rarely feel minute wheezing or congestion, but I can walk 10 miles. Can someone please help me understand what that is, is it normal? or does it signify some severe problem. For redressal, I take a lot of water, I take coffee and garlic tea as well, and eat a lot of spices as well so that the mucus stays soft and easily ejectable. I also feel that I usually have a running nose, it seems to be another reason. Please tell me what it is so that I may be assured that it's not something serious.
@judy I have had it for four years. after doing all the usual like cutting our dairy, got referred to a consultant who said he could find nothing wrong but there was rather more mucus than normal. He couldn't come up with anything that could be causing it nor how to sort it. sometimes makes me cough a lot.