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Abdominal Pain And Mucus In Stool
I am experiencing fever (mild) , upper abdominal pain, constipation, mucus in stool, nausea and vomiting, fatigue and tender abdomen. I don't have a gallbladder. Endoscope and colonoscopy done and no findings. What might it be.
Not sure.: From your description of one, it is not clear what is causing the problem. Assuming that your laboratory a valuation is all normal, I think my next step might be a CAT scan of the abdomen. If you have your results, that you could upload, I would be happy to look them over in a healthtap concierge consult. Good work. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Like material that functions to moisten and protect inner body surfaces. The viscous slippery substance that consists chiefly of mucin, water, cells, and inorganic salts and that is secreted as a protective lubricant coating by the cells and glands of the mucous membranes. The free slime of the mucous membranes, composed of secretion of the glands, various salts, ...Read more
Abdominal pain, frequent mucus loose stools, All negative H.pylori antigen, blood stool sample, CBC, ESR, CRP, Ferrin, celiac screening.? Is IBS ?
That is: a likely conclusion but you should consult with the doctor ordering all these tests, and who also examined you. This is where you should seek your diagnosis ...Read more
Hot sweat, sharp abdominal pain, diarrhea, yellow mucus stool, weight loss, loss of appetite. Constantly for 1 month now everyday. ?
Infection vrs organ: The symptoms described could be due to a infectious agent like C. Difficile, represent an organ problem like pancreatitis, the flair of an underlying autoimmune disorder of the intestine like Crohn's Disease, an inherited disease like Coeliac Disease, or an allergy to some food. You need to see your doctor right away and get the cause of your problem diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
Been tired, had abdominal pain (localized and aches), mucus in stool, and joint and muscle pain. What could this be? I have been to the doctor.
Fibromyalgia: See a doctor for diagnosis. Treatment can include support groups, exercise/physical therapy, coq12 supplements, pain medications, fibromyalgia medications such as savella, (milnacipran) lyrica, Cymbalta and others, antidepressants, water exercises. It's important to stretch everyday - your adominal muscles, chest, neck, shoulders, lower back, legs and feet. Deep breathing exercises help many people as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can C. Diff symptoms mimic IBD? Still have severe abdominal pain, fecal urgency and mucus in stool. Infection treated with metronidazole 4months ago
Severe joint pain, abdominal pain, occasional blood or mucus in stool. Sometimes yellow loose stool. Cramps and gas. What's wrong?
Mucus in stool stool is yellow movement in abdomen pain all over but mostly upper left abdomen and lower right. What could this be?
Many things: Denise, your symptoms could be several things from infection with virus or bacteria, food poisoning, inflammatory bowel disease, parasitic infection...the list is extensive. Best to see your healthcare provider for evaluation. Sorry I could not give you a more focused answer but the list is very long of what this could be. Best of luck. Dr R ...Read more
I'm having Abdominal pain,with mucus+ blood in stool, swollen stomach PCP doesn't know what's wrong. History of h.pylori,gastritis and pancreatitis ?
Hard to say: without more work up. You likely need a surgeon or GI Doctor and likely some more studies to find cause. Please ask to see someone else and get an answer. Be well! ...Read more
Constant abdominal pain relief when passing stool. Mucus in stool and loose stool. Physical exam, blood and stool test were negative. Is it IBS or IBD?
Either or other: Your symptoms are consistent with both irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease among others. I am not sure what physical exam means and it is very important HOW the stool blood test is done to be accurate. Start taking a daily fiber supplement and drink plenty of fluid. If symptoms persist you need to see a GI specialist and have at least a sigmoidoscopy or "short scope". ...Read more