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Pinkish red mucus in the stool. Need to be worried?

Hi, i just went to the bathroom i had been backed up for 4-6 days now and earlier today I was very compared and when I did poop it was rather normal for the most part , now 4 hours later after i felt like i had to go again and when I did this fleshy raw meat looking thing came out and it was pink and red with some yellowish mucous. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
The fresh blood with yellowish mucus may be due to any disease in lower part of large intestine as in rectum or anal canal .
However it may be due to hemorrhoids or fistula in anus.
Physical examination by a surgeon will find out the exact disease.
If not than get in colonoscopy and treatment according to disease.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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