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Mucus in stool?
Nov 9, 2004
... ay have had an extra large BM that time and it may have caused an anal fissure and that could be why you saw the blood. There are a few reasons as to why there's mucus in your stool. Normally diverticulitis or any other disease of your intestinal tract will cause more symptoms. I'm no doctor but you're only 14. ... (5 replies)
... I still kick myself for not going in earlier. ... (16 replies)
... What you describe is likely bowel mucus. We all produce it to ease movement of stool through the bowel. If there is an obstruction, or a twist in the bowel or irritation of the bowel sometimes more is produced, it is the body's way of trying to clear the problem. ... (3 replies)

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... panic disorder. I really need help. I quit smoking back in Sept. witht he help of chantex. But the chantex made me sick with diarrhea so I stopped taking it. I got really depressed and started Celexa which is an SSRI. ... (8 replies)
... Going on 3 weeks ago I passed bloody mucus in my stool a few small amounts over the course of an evening..The next morning my stools returned to somewhat normal.. ... (1 replies)
Stool changes
Oct 28, 2007
... I am having flat, mucus and diarreha. I recently had a stay in the hospital from MRSA having three types of atibotics fed into my veins. Could this be the cause. ... (0 replies)
... In early 2002 I went to the emergency room with pains in my lower left side of my back. They sent me home with pain killers not knowing what was causing the pain. ... (6 replies)
Ribbon shaped BMs
Nov 28, 2004
... You did not indicate whether you are male or female. However, spastic colon can cause a change in diameter of stool. The mucus can come from either the interrupted digestive process or from infection anywhere in your digestive system. ... (3 replies)
... At age 22, colon cancer is highly unlikely. What is more likely is an inflammatory condition of the bowel called colitis, which causes diarrhea, blood and mucus, and often cramping pain prior to and with BM's. ... (3 replies)
... L hi thanks for your post it really means a lot.. about my stool I'm pretty sure that I've collected the part that is maroon on it and i don't think it's my diet cause its been that way every bm although my cbc showed that I'm not anemic.. i also feel it more when i lean forward or if I'm in a compressed position. ... (12 replies)
... ray, it was as i imagined it to be, not painful but embarrassing and uncomfortable. it was worth it though cause my result came negative and everything was fine. ... (12 replies)
... times already in two different hospitals. I wonder how accurate FOBT is.. ... (12 replies)
... in wich after colonoscopy GI dr. wrote. My Dr. says if it was parasite then i would have more watery type stools mostly and if it was blockage somehwere then no stool at all. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 35 years old and about 15 years ago I started to have the same problem as you. I would get blood in my stool but mostly mucus, sometimes white and sometimes tinged with blood. ... (2 replies)
... So, as harder stools are, less difficult to pass and more rounded in shape. ... (1 replies)


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