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I have mucous in my poop, and have frequent stools, what could that mean?
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
In brief: Many possibilities
This is a situation in which you should see a physician asap.
It is unclear what the source of this is, but a good history, physical exam, and appropriate labs and possibly an endoscopy should help to determine the cause and suggest therapy.

In brief: Many possibilities
This is a situation in which you should see a physician asap.
It is unclear what the source of this is, but a good history, physical exam, and appropriate labs and possibly an endoscopy should help to determine the cause and suggest therapy.
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