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Had a colonoscopy, was colitis, have bloody mucus. Is that normal?

I had a colonoscopy about a year ago and was told it was coilitis but that the medication would take care of it. I took the medication and it seemed to help for a couple of months. I have progressivly started having bloody mucus when I used the restroom, now it is about 95% of the time I use the restroom (which is several times a day). Is that something that I need to be concerned about or is that just one of the symptoms of coilitis that I will need to take the medication again for?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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do you have any associated symptoms of joint pain /joint swelling? redness of eye? family history of similar disease? whether symptoms associated with abdominal pain? if answer to any of these questions is yes then you should do a repeat colonoscopy with colonoscopy guided biopsy.
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