Articles Tagged: irritable bowel syndrome
Bowel mucus is incredibly common, but most people never see it. It hangs about in the intestines, quietly helping to move along stool in a graceful and gentle manner, serving its primary purpose as a helpful lubricant.
Babies can have weird poop pretty regularly. Their diet entails high nutrient breast milk or formula that can entirely change the look, color and consistency of fecal matter (as well as the smell). It’s not uncommon in infants to experience
Bowel mucus is downright gross. Most of the time, it is completely unseen and never makes it out the back end. Sometimes however, it is visible, and can be rather alarming. Under most circumstances, there is nothing to fear from clear mucus in stool or that which is whitish, so long as no other symptoms are present.