Stringy Mucus in Stool?

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Stringy mucus in stool is normal but if it increases with time then it may be symptomatic of a problem. Some of the problem associated with mucus on stool include; irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), ulcerative colitis, and sometimes in Crohn's disease. A doctor's opinion is highly recommended for an accurate diagnosis.
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See a doctor if you have mucus in the stool to rule out a serious medical condition. It could indicate IBS, a type of colitis, bowel obstruction, possibly Crohn's Disease or bacterial
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The general term for an irritated colon is colitis, and the primary symptoms are loose stool, mucus or diarrhea. With dogs' predilection for eating poop, garbage and other gross things
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Fiber or maybe a worm.
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Mucus is a part of stool, but it is not usually found in amounts that can be seen. Passing a stool with visible mucus in or on it can be a shock, but it is not necessarily a symptom
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