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Milky White Stuff In My Stool
Fluid from urethra emits while passing stool. Fluid sometimes clear and sometimes milky (seems semen). This happened every time I pass stool. Help!!
Here are some. ..: What described suggests you may have lax ejaculatory ducts and their opening to make stool passage, especially at hard big-caliber stool, generate enough "milking" pressure to squeeze (milk) some fluid out of seminal vesicles or Cowper's glands; this phenomenon is unique to you. So, if you have no STD-related Sx and the condition has been lifelong, leaving it alone is most reasonable. Best wish... ...Read more
Severely constipated. Tried to pass bm bt TONS of thick milky white/yellow liquid came out. Then an insane amt of thick mucus came out bt still no stool?
Get checked: This could be a serious problem and needs to be discussed with a physician in detail. Bowel obstruction, infection or inflammatory bowel disease are potential serious explanations. Visit the ER if you have associated abdominal pain, shaking chills or fever, or dizziness. Get well! ...Read more
When I drink more water I'm passing normal urine colour otherwise dark yellow evrytime. There is like milky urine comes after pee only wn passing stool?
When I give force to passing stool at the same time I'm passing little like milky urine. Why? I have symptoms of abdominal discomfort weight loss
4 da past 2 days. I hav noticed white an creamy an stringy stuff in my stool. Should I be concerned. What is the white and creamy and stringy stuff?
Worms?: Hi. Obviously we can't diagnose you on the internet, but you might want to see your doctor. Stool can be analyzed for a variety go things you may not want. ...Read more
May be mucus: A small amount of mucus in the stool is not abnormal. If you have persistent symptoms, you may wish to discuss stool examination with your doctor. ...Read more
For the past 3 days I have had an uti, and am trying to kick it. Today I had white thick stringy stuff in my stool. Any clue what that could be?
I noticed white fluffy stuff in my stool today, and I have been having stomach issue for awhile now. What does this mean?
Weird stuff in my stool joined2tough fibrous string short. Have hardly been eating is this caused by poor diet? I've been tested for parasites negativ
GI- bowel issue: Get a rectal exam and stool analysis. ...Read more
I'm having white rice like stuff in my stool and also some wheezing and mild fever. What is my condition?
Rice like stuff: See a doctor you may have intestinal parasites. ...Read more
Hmm: Pale or light colored stool can be related to lack of bile salts. I do not know what the cause is of bits of white material in the stool (if that is how it appears)l. If stool is predominantly white or light than possible causes include hepatitis, cirrhosis, or obstruction of a bile duct (i.e., gallstone or a mass). Any significant change in bowel habitus warrants assessment. ...Read more
If it is in fact mucous, there are a variety of causes. I will list them for you:
irritable bowel syndrome (ibs)
intestinal bacterial infection
i recommend you visit your primary care provider for a complete medical evaluation. ...Read more
We: We all have a small amount of mucous in the stool, as it is the lubricant of the digestive system. However, if you are seeing a larger amount than normal, it can represent infection or colitis. If it is a serious cause such as from crohn's or ulcerative colitis, or even cancer, it would typically be accompanied by pain and bleeding. If the mucous in your stool is larger than usual amount, or accompanied by pain, bleeding, vomiting, or fever, then please be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
No see your doctor: Blood and mucous in the stool is never normal see your doctor asap, . ...Read more
That is not good: Highly that you have gonorhea (milky discharge) or yeast vaginitis (cheesy discharge) and an evaluation by your doctor is strongly recommended. Untreated gonorrhea infections can cause devastating consequence--such as uterine/tube infections leading to infertility. If untreated, these can form abscesses/blood infection and possible death from it. So, please call doc. Good luck. ...Read more