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Frequently passing semi-solid stools, sticky substance on anus, constipation, stomach infection. Treatment?

Hi I had stomach infection and constipation . Taken medicine ad advised by doctor. Now infection is cured as per doctor. But now I m going 3-4 times in loo. Feces is passing most of the time mostly semi-solid. But one more thing I noticed that everytime I go to loo and I insert my finger in anus for the opening of anus, I feel warm at starting point of anus and also sticky gluey substance on my finger. Please advise as its scaring me
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
AS per your letter,you had Infection of your Gastro intestinal tract.
As you are still passing semi solid stools,3-4 times a day ,your infection is not completely cured.
The sticky substance on your finger is probably mucus,which is seen in infections conditions.
Nothing to worry.It will be completely cured with Proper Broad spectrum antibiotic,which has action against parasitic infestation also.
Please don't insert your finger in your anus unless advised.
Wish you good health
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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