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Stopped drinking, eating healthy food, have yellow jelly like mucus through mucus during bowel movement. Cause?

I have been working out and have stopped drinking alcohol in the last three weeks. I have also been eating all healthy whole foods. But I have noticed over the last week or so a yellow jelly like mucu coming out of my anus when I have a bowl movement . I have also been having alot more bowel now has gotten to the point that there is alot of this stuff coming out. Is it my toxins or is it something to be worried about? I have not been sexually active in about a month.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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try for some probotic capsules for 4-5 days along with warm water.The imp factors to guide u more depends on ur age,time since u drink alcohol,past attempts of abstinence and associated conditions of alcoholism,reasons why u stop alcohol etc.
so do try to do this u will get more clear answer.
Answered: Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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