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Mucus is a slimy substance, secreted by our mucus membranes for lubrication purposes inside our body. It helps the food to move easily through our digestive organs. A very little amount of it is generally secreted along with the stool as it aids proper bowel movements. But if the amount is not negligible, it is a sign of our digestive system, that something is wrong with...

You can easily say that Loose Bowels refer to when a person’s stool is thin and watery. This very normally occurs when something has irritated your gastrointestinal system and your body is working fervently to get rid of it causing you to get rid of food without properly absorbing the nutrients first. It is quite common for you to notice food that has been undigested...

The other word for burping is belching which is simple the passing of gas from your stomach to your mouth. It is from the mouth that you release the gas thereafter. Usually the characteristic for this may be a foul smell or an unpleasant noise that follows the burping. This is quite a natural phenomenon and can or may happen to anyone at any point of time. However, if...

Often at times you may feel your stomach getting bloated, hardened to the touch or simply swollen. If we think of a simple reason for this, the blame can be put on certain food drinks or food types or rather their side effects. However, if the hardening of the stomach rolls into days and weeks, this may signify a graver underlying problem. Even though a hard stomach condition...

Stools are usually in a shade of brown to green in color and hence white stool in adults is definitely not a common scenario. So since you are wondering what made your bowel color change, here are some of the common reasons we suspect that can be blamed for white colored stools – inadequate proportion of bile or blockage of the bile ducts, inability to absorb fats by...

Hard stools are a pretty common condition caused by constipation. It can either be mild, which can be solved by home remedies, or it can be serious, in which case you should definitely visit the doctor. To deal with them, you need to first know what causes the condition. What causes Hard Stools ? Constipation related hard stools are generally caused when the stools remain...