Mucous stools: Mucous with stool
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Sick for nearly two years after omniprazole. Mucus, most bizarre intestinal issues imaginable. From one specialist to another, ER trips, etc. One physician did have my gallbladder checked, and it is now dysfunctional. Looking for common denominators. So sorry that others are suffering, as well.
Hi, I have been on paroxetine for almost 2 months now and have noticed a big increase in throat mucus and have had 3 sinus infections. Is this a common after effect of the drug, if it is, I want no part of continuing with the med. Please respond and let me know if this has happened to you. I am female and 54 years old. Thank you!!
I am undiagnosed. Normal Colonoscopy and Upper Endoscopy. High Calprotectin of 320. Three months ago saw what I thought was blood in my stool. Never had a formal stool sample! Doctor just did Colonoscopy. I have no pain, no urgency of going several times a day, or any other symptoms other than weird looking mucous and black pepper like dots on stool and major distention at times. I still see red, but, current dr. took my home brought stool sample in my container and lab said it was negative for blood (despite seeing red on it) but the 320 Calprotectin level. Began Lialda 2 1/2 months ago. Don't see red as much as heavy mucous and black pepper dots. Any advice or anybody relate? I'm scaird.
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