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Offline Brick5711

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Re: Visible mucus on bowel movements
« Reply #10 on: September 02, 2014, 11:53:48 AM »
Trust me, you don't want to know. I worried about that mp every time I looked at the pictures. I put the pictures away. I know if it was something, my doctor would have told me just as yours would have told you.
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Re: Visible mucus on bowel movements
« Reply #11 on: September 02, 2014, 01:11:59 PM »
Constipation can cause mucous.  In fact, mucous is secreted by the colon to help stool move.
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Bowel mucus can be disgusting and unpleasant, but itís actually good for your body. Itís not uncommon in fact to see traces of clear, white and yellow mucus in stool. The intestines use this jelly like goo to act as a lubricant, which can make moving things along the digestive tract much smoother. Most oftentimes, bowel mucus is not even visible. But, that doesnít mean itís not there. Certain things like constipation can cause the yellow or white mucus in stool to be more obvious and apparent. After all, if passing stool is problematic and itís becoming backed up, itís likely then that yellow mucus may build up as well, and therefore make it more apparent upon evacuation.
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