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Yellow mucus from rectal stump

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Can a rectum stump s nerve be frozen to stop the pressure pain ...

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I have just farted a small amount of mucus with pinkish blood. I do have diverticulitis , are the two issues linked? ...

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of antibiotics for bronchitis and noticed a lot of mucus in what I eliminated. I thought the blood might be from ...

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mY DAUGHTER, AGE 34... 3 KIDS... YOUNGEST ONE 7 MONTHS. sHE IS STILL BREASTFEEDING . About 8 weeks ago she started having rectal bleeding with mucus.... no stool. She has been to the doctor but has ...

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I have a rectal discharge of mucous and red blood. Follows a week of loose stools. Only change of diet was taking a smoothie daily with yogurt. Almond milk and protein. Should I go to a doctor? ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I have noticed a clear sometimes yellow jelly like mucus coming from anus when trying to have a bowel movement and occasionaly very light bleeding just tiny speckles of bright red sometimes pink blood ...

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Hi. I ve been having rectal discharge for about 4 weeks now. Basically, when I, uh, wipe, there is a very tiny amount of yellow mucus on the toilet paper. Most of the time it doesn t even look like mucus ...

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Ive been experiencing rectal prolapse with yellow stringy mucous that has a very foul odor. Sit kn stool for hours. After words I chill and ache alk . Any ideas? COLON CANCER RUNS HIGH IN MY FAMILY. I ...

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this yellow mucus that comes from my back passage. This mucus occurs at least 3 times a day. It is not just ...

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have rectal tenesmus that is relieved by passing gas that seems to be trapped. bms normal, no diarrhea, no blood or mucus in stool, no fever, no previous gastro infection. goes away with vigorous ...

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i have had two bowel movements this morning that contain mucus with bright red to cranberry colored blood. I also started my period this morning and am having more severe cramps than usual. The rectal ...

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I am 39 weeks today. Lost my mucus plug last Thursday and had my membrane stripped last Tuesday. Today when I used the toilet I had a strong odor of period blood. There was nothing in my panties ...

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also have Mast Cell Activation Disease (hoping you have heard of this). I chronically have mucus ... have noticed blood in the mucus and my rectum actually protruding. It does go back in on it s own ...

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movement. There was no blood so I ignored it. I ve had mucus in my stool (large amounts) for the past couple months. Sometimes it s yellow and when I wipe the paper is yellow and theirs bits and pieces of I ...

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stools but stomach is tender in a few spots and stools are bright yellow and almost like mucus also using ... few months I was in the hospital due to rectal bleeding , along with my colon being swollen and very ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

hi it could be mucus (yellow) or blood when it was red your symptoms are suggestive of bleeding Per rectally which might occur in piles, polyp or colonic carcinoma please visit to the surgeon immediately

doctor1 MD

Hello, the most common cause is the presence of dilated hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids can be internal (invisible without endoscopy) or external (easily visible). Other potential causes include tumors, colitis (could be ischemic, infectious, autoimmune etc), telangiectasias (abnormal blood vessels), anal fissures etc The presence of pain is important because it may exclude some diagnoses. Kind Regards!

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you need to go to surgeon for per rectal examination.Initially you can take some laxative.