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622 Possible Causes for Mucus in Stool

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  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Symptoms of AG, which is a common disease worldwide, include diarrhoea, vomiting, nausea, abdominal cramps or pain, fever, and blood or mucus in the stool.[swissinfo.ch] The presence of fever, or mucus or blood in stool could also be a factor leading to antibiotic therapy in our study as the third most frequent mentioned main reason for antibiotic[link.springer.com] […] and/or mucus in the stool.[patient.info]

  • Appendicitis

    The blockage may be due to a build-up of thick mucus within the appendix or to stool that enters the appendix from the cecum.[medicinenet.com] Appendicitis occurs when the interior of the appendix becomes filled with something that causes it to swell, such as mucus, stool, or parasites.[stanfordchildrens.org] The mucus or stool hardens, becomes rock-like, and blocks the opening. This rock is called a "fecalith" (literally, a rock of stool).[medicinenet.com]

  • Crohn's Disease

    Mucus in stool Individuals with Crohn’s may experience long periods of remission, where they have no symptoms or only very mild symptoms.[news-medical.net] (nodules) under the skin which may turn into skin ulcers Draining of pus, mucus, or stools from around the rectum or anus (caused by something called a fistula) Statistics[disabled-world.com] Other symptoms may include: Constipation Sores or swelling in the eyes Draining of pus, mucus, or stools from around the rectum or anus (caused by something called a fistula[mountsinai.org]

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

    Other symptoms include: Mucus in stool Urgency Feeling of incomplete evacuation People with IBS may also experience symptoms unrelated to the intestine, including: Migraine[hopkinsmedicine.org] […] in stool Pain characteristics include a dull, deep discomfort with sharp cramps in the lower left quadrant of the abdomen.[physio-pedia.com] : a chronic functional disorder of the colon that is characterized especially by constipation or diarrhea, cramping abdominal pain, and the passage of mucus in the stool[merriam-webster.com]

  • Colitis

    Infants with allergic colitis present with vomiting, diarrhoea and with blood and mucus in stools. Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease are usually insidious in onset.[symptoma.com] The stools may be watery or contain mucus and frequently consist almost entirely of blood and pus.[merckmanuals.com] That damage also can produce mucus and blood in the stool which can lead to anemia.[northshore.org]

  • Amebiasis

    Sometimes blood and mucus in stools may also be present. Change in bowel habits and a feeling of incomplete evacuation are other associated features.[surgerydoor.co.uk] Symptomatic patients initially have lower abdominal pain and diarrhoea and later develop dysentery (with blood and mucus in stool).[webhealthcentre.com] Mild illness causes crampy abdominal pain, little or no fever, and semiformed, foul-smelling stools. Mucus may be present but usually without blood.[thirdworldtraveler.com]

  • Ulcerative Colitis

    Their consistency of stool improves, frequency to rush to toilet also decreases and the quantity of blood and mucus in the stool reduces.[ulcerativecolitiscure.com] The stools may be watery or contain mucus and frequently consist almost entirely of blood and pus.[merckmanuals.com] Usually an attack begins insidiously, with increased urgency to defecate, mild lower abdominal cramps, and blood and mucus in the stools.[merckmanuals.com]

  • Pediatric Crohn's Disease

    Macroscopically, stools may contain mucus, blood and/ or puss.[symptoma.com]

  • Salmonella

    […] in stools (poo) .[healthdirect.gov.au] […] start between six hours and seven days after you've been infected and may include: fever diarrhoea loss of appetite headache stomach cramps nausea and vomiting blood or mucus[healthdirect.gov.au]

  • Acarbose

    Tell your doctor right away if you develop: diarrhea that doesn't stop, constipation , blood / mucus in stool. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare.[webmd.com]

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