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... bloating, unable to hold the gas, and A LOT of it. I've increased my fiber intake recently, so it's probably mostly due to this. ... (2 replies)
... Start taking a water soluble fiber supplement like Metamucil to bulk up your stool and make you regular and not loose and watery. ... (22 replies)
Bowel mucus
Mar 31, 2006
... it should keep the mucus cleaned out to acceptable levels. ... (4 replies)

... You have too much fiber in your diet, probably because you don't eat much fat and meat. That "jelly" is mucus. It's normal to have some mucus, but not that much. ... (4 replies)
Super Sara
Dec 5, 2002
... You may need to experiment with your fiber intake, as sometimes too much fiber can cause gas and mucus. Experiment and see what works best for you. You could try cutting down and seeing if it helps. ... (1 replies)
... of 15 then slowly exhale through pursed lips. I keep doing this until I have passed all the stool. I keeps me from straining and forcing the stool out and it so much less painful then I strain. ... (7 replies)
... But then again, I didn't go for another couple of days. My normal schedule is every other day. Again, it didn't hurt too much, but it was also this darker color, which concerned me. ... (7 replies)
Blood in Stool
Feb 20, 2012
... I thought that too at first, but sometimes I feel like it's the inside because of how bad my stomach feels sometimes. I'm honestly not sure how much fiber I get, but I don't think I get enough at all. ... (3 replies)
... laxatives, 2 much fiber. never touch fiber gel!!! Laxatives do worsen the problem. ... (6 replies)
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... ve had the nitro treatment twice, analpram, lidocaine, and hydrocortisone suppositories. Tried the daily fiber thing with Konsyl but could not stomach it. I also have IBS. ... (15 replies)
... Grandmother has a blood disorder where she has too much blood in her body. However, now due to her diabetes she is bleeding internally and has to go in and get transfusions. ... (0 replies)
... egulate BMs. Around day 3, you should be able to take a short walk outside. The sooner people started walking seems to be the sooner they feel better. Don't roam too far from home though and take a cell phone. ... (2 replies)
... increase in bleeding. It should stop soon after that though. If it continues, I'd call your surgeon's office. I haven't really noticed that I've been passing much mucus, but I keep gauze between my cheeks and there is always some on it. The gauze is a 4x4 inch and I fold it in half. ... (131 replies)
... plenty of vegetables and fruit and high fiber cereals and breads. ... (131 replies)
... bowel movement. Stools are the small pebble type sometimes forming groups of pebbles into a not too much larger piece of which they are all hard to pass and I mean hard dry pieces too. Been doing some straining which I know is not good. ... (4 replies)
... could damage the water or mucus absorption in the lining of intestinal tract or colon. I was on the medicine for too long and now no matter what I eat or drink I cannot have a bowel movement. ... (7 replies)
Sep 19, 2004
... The past month or so i've noticed an occasional rectal bleeding. I didn't think too much of it because I knew I had not been eating much fiber and had been constipated lately. Last night though I had a much different episode. ... (2 replies)
... WE all produce mucus to some degree but usually not a complete BM of it. Dairy products can make your stool light colored and produce mucus in addition to what you normally produce. ... (3 replies)
... do a upper and lower GI test on you. A cat scan would be another test to check for abnormailities. Generally an MRI doesn't work on the abdomen, because it moves too much for the scanning. ... (13 replies)

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