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i often get yellow mucus in stool.bm reg.after 1-2 bm,rarely seen l'il deep blood mxd wth mucus.no abd pain/vomit.hb 14+.cbc/lipid/panc/hep/usg- ok.mild fatty liv & elev bili.on a diet frm april(low oil/fat/pro,nojunk) & lost 16(219-203)lbs.is it ca?

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Dr. Rebecca Gliksman
37 years experience Internal Medicine
Mucus stool hi bili: Constipation? may be hemorrhoids, or food intolerances , or polyp or proctitis, ileitis . Is it blood in stool or food residuals? Would f/u/ w/ GI for colonoscopy Have you had elevated bili before? That is not usual unless lifelong ( disease like Gilbert's, G6PD, thalasemia). Could be hemolysis, did they check pancreas? bile duct? on meds like gemfibrizol? alcohol ? f/u w/ GI
Answered on Sep 8, 2020
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Dr. Nisha Chellam
30 years experience Internal Medicine
Blood in stool: Fatty liver and & increased bilirubin did need you to change your diet. Blood in stool needs some diagnosis. Overall you are doing the right thing from lifestyle standpoint. Blood and mucus needs evaluation so make sure your doctor knows about this.
Answered on May 7, 2018

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