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Clear jelly in stool, sometimes with blood, runny liquid came from anus. Reason?

hi recently for about a month now i have noticed a clear jelly attached to my stools when i go to the toilet, occaisionally there is blood when i wipe my bottom and once or twice the blood has been mingled in with my stools and today i passed wind and a clear runny liquid came out of my anus could you plaese help me on this.....thanks
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Hi

Welcome to HCM

The symptoms you are mentioning should be evaluated.

I advice to go for some investigation like stool routine, culture and sensitivity as you have mentioned these symptoms are present since month it has to be evaluated.

Mucus in stool often indicates there is inflammation of the intestines. It's usually whitish in color.

Common causes of mucus in stool includes bacterial overgrowth and food allergies and sensitivities. They are often easily corrected with dietary changes and supplements. With bacterial overgrowth, bloating and gas usually worsen after eating any sugar items.

After the investigation report, one can accurately diagnose and proper treatment can be given. I advice you to see physician with the investigation report and also for examination.

I hope i have provided the information you needed.

Wish you good health.

Take care.

Answered: Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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