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What is the cause of yellow mucosa on the stool?
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Dr. Aamir Siddiqi
Family Medicine
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In brief: Mucus in stool
Mucus in stool could be from many things, however it is commonly associated with infections as dysentery (intestinal infection).
If you continue to note this with or without diarrhea it should be worked up further with an exam and a stool test.

In brief: Mucus in stool
Mucus in stool could be from many things, however it is commonly associated with infections as dysentery (intestinal infection).
If you continue to note this with or without diarrhea it should be worked up further with an exam and a stool test.
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