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Baby Poop With Blood And Mucus
Had colic and green, bloody, mucus poops. Eliminated all allergens from my diet and gave reflux meds. Baby happy. Poop-no blood and orange. Why mucus still?
Likely caused the previous symptoms in your baby and you resolved these by adjusting your diet resulting in a happy baby with orange stool and ongoing mucous. Orange color to the stool is a variant of normal and of no concern. It will take longer for the mucous to stop as the inflammation that caused the bloody stools has to heal. Have your pediatrician check to see that your baby is growing and gaining weight well and that there is no longer traces of blood in the stool. Rarely a baby will have an enterocolitis caused by milk proteins and if present there will be traces of blood in the stool not necessarily visible. This is unlikely if the baby is comfortable and thriving. If you would like to discuss this in more detail feel free to contact me though Concierge at www. Healthtap. Com/freisleben
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Blood in stool:
If your baby has not been checked by your pediatrician, please do so asap. If formula-fed, the most common cause is cow's milk allergy (regular formulas are cow-milk-based).
Another cause could be bacterial infection. Some constipated babies can develop anal fissures. Read more
Baby is 6 weeks old and been fussy all day. Not wanting to eat much, cries when eats. Poop is mustard/seedy w/ dark mucus and a tiny blood. Concern?
This may be fixable: This is the time and behavior associate with colic that is common. No one really knows the cause but I believe there are many different causes given a young infant digestive tract. Stools sound normal. As a normal stage, fussy times begin between 3 to 6 weeks, resulting in a unconsololable baby between 6/9 pm of age. These episodes usually last for one Read more
11wk baby with tiny 'blood clots' and clumps of greenish mucus in poo. Temp is 36.9c under the arm seems unsettled until upright and feeding well?
11wk bottlefed baby had lots ' dark brownish' mucus/jelly in poo. Dr won't test as he seems well. Started last wk small bits blood now heavy mucus?
Your blood: The most likely thing is that it is your blood that he is consuming while breast feeding. If you have any soreness, cracking or irritation of your nipples, they can bleed while he is nursing and he can actually swallow a significant amount of blood from this. If he is thriving, not vomiting, and his poo is just colored, i'd look to you first. Read more
My 9 month old baby has the gastro virus no vomiting. But temperature diarrhoea it's the first day he's taking fluidswell now mucus blood in his poo?
Doctor exam needed: Any time there is blood in a child's poo, especially one so young, you needs to see a doctor for an examination to ensure nothing serious is going on. Read more
When I go poop the first drops mucus. Then after it has blood. If I still have to poop but it's just blood. 27 female?
Could be: Hemorrhoids. Depends on if you are straining a lot lately or sitting at job much of the time for instance and there is ana-rectal pain upon attempting bm's and excessive itching otherwise. If blood is spotting only and this sounds familiar try non medical counter measures e.g. Baby wipes to wipe, tucks, (witch hazel) whole veggies and fruits to gently soften stools etc. If no improvement see doc next week. Read more
My 3yr old I pooping hard pellets cuvered with mucus with little blood. Only in the mornings her first trip to the bathroom and in painz?
Constipation: Constipation is extremely common. When stools are very hard and difficult to have, it means that your child is constipated. I recommend miralax, (polyethylene glycol) or an off brand of the same thing, which is just a sugar that our bodies do not absorb. Give 1 cap full in 8 oz of fluid (water is fine) everyday. We want to stools to be mushy like applesauce so play with the dose, but give it everyday. Read more
In 10' got nervous about something and started pooping clear mucus. Went away, after feeling nervous it is back. No blood/pain/sickness, I can poop!
I've been experiencing mucus when I poop, but lately it's been chunks of clear/whitish mucus. Coming out. No blood or discomfort. Should I worry?
Mucus on stool: Mucus discharge occurs in up to 50% of patients with irritable bowel syndrome, with or without pain. Mucus may also be produced in response to partial obstruction, chronic constipation, rectal dysfunction, infection, & even from secretory villous tumors of the rectum. At the very least stool studies & probably a sigmoidoscopy should be considered, but a more extensive evaluation may be warranted. Read more
I have been pooping a ton of this clear slippery mucusy stuff for the past 4 months non-stop, just mucus no poop and sometimes with blood present?
See your doc.: This can't be good. Should see your doc to consider doing some studies and think about looking up your backside to make sure that you don't have significant disease. Read more
My son is 1.10yo today when he pooped, there was a small very small mucus with a small blood I guess, but poop was normal should I worry?
Keep an eye on it: Keep an eye on this. 1 isolated incident is not significant but if this persists then bring it to the physician's attention Read more
My boyfriend put alcohol in his rectum last night and now he's pooping mucus and blood; should I take him to the hospital? He said he's in pain
Yes yes: Alcohol is a drying agent that removes water from cells and used in pathology to process tissue obtained for biopsies. It kills the cells by replacing intracellular water. He may have done some serious damage to his rectum and at least caused sloughing of mucosal cells and bleeding and is at risk for infection and serious injury. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I think I'm pooping blood, but it looks more like red mucus. What is this? It's just red and looks thicker than liquid with yellowish mucus with it.
My bro has been suffering for a year. Poops aft every eating just abt anythg. Vry vry skinny & tired. Blood & mucus in poop. What is he suffering frm?
He needs to be check:
He needs to be checked, he probabely has a gastrointestinal condition causing him to poop after eating, not gaining weight, tired
needs a thorough history and physical exam and may need blood test and a referal to a gastroenterologist for further testing
he may have inflammatory bowel disease or malabsorption syndrome, celiac disese etc
so cosult your doctoror a gastroenterologist. Read more
For the last 3months everytine I eat I have to poop within10mins always diarrhoea severe pain as well some of the stools have blood mucus oily?
See a GI Doc: Not completely sure about what it going on, but it sounds like you need to see a GI doc. It could be anything from a severe food allergy in your gut to inflammatory bowel disease (which is more what it sounds like). Either way, you should see them sooner than later to get a diagnosis on what could be a serious health issue. Read more
Ibd or ibs? Inflamed right side pain and pooping mucus. No blood or anything in it, only mucus. Out hurts, how can I stop this?
Mucus & more...: Mucus occurs in up to 50% of patients with irritable bowel syndrome, with or without pain. Mucus may also be produced due to partial obstruction, chronic constipation/stool impaction, rectal dysfunction, infection, & even from secretory villous rectal tumors. No bleeding, weight loss, fever, tenderness...Right? Call your doc to get checked. Read more
I was sick nd after my body cleaned out my stomach I started pooping just mucues nd pink which I believ to b blood. Nd now after I poop its mucus/bloo?
See a GI doctor: It is not clear from your question whether you were treated with antibiotics, which would make c. Difficile colitis more likely, but this certainly sounds like an inflammatory condition of the large bowel and this needs urgent evaluation and diagnosis and then appropriate management. Please go soon and hope this will clear up quickly. Read more