Is it normal to have mucus in stool?


The mucous layer of the digestive organ stools to pass. An "normal" bowel movement won't create much bodily fluid. Yellow or clear mucuos is available in such a small amout that the naked eye would not see it.

At the point when stool has mucous, it can be an indication of bacterial contaminations, a bowel-construction, an inside block, or Crohn's illness. This kind of caution sign is the body's method for saying stop, look, and listen.

Different signs to search for:

Expanded measures of mucuous

Blood or discharge in the stool

Stomach torment, cramping, or bloating

Sudden changes in stool recurrence, consistency

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