To help us have a background understanding of this symptom, it is important to know why we produce mucus. It is usually life-long and its exact cause is not known. OMG - Thank you! You should see a gastroenterologist, a doctor who specializes in disorders of the GI tract, if you notice excess mucus and experience other symptoms of a GI problem. Had a thrombosis hemorrhoid a while ago. For some people, a diagnosis may be reached quickly. Keep good hygiene down there.
I have no known medical problems. Using cotton balls and one a good movement happens it goes away. Surgical options may be considered to correct it. Is this something that may be reversible once the hormone problems are fixed?
I feel absolutely normal. Which type of doctor should I see for a red, raw, irritated bottom. Also, the pain is really not bad. A fishy smell in your anal discharge may indicate hemorrhoids. But now after severe yeast infection, I finished the medicines and it got cleared.
You should consult your doctor as soon as you notice jelly anal discharge. Solitary rectal ulcer syndrome Colitis cystical profunda Internal intussusception Mucosal prolapse Rectal prolapse. Your risk of developing anal cancer increases as you get older, with half of all cases diagnosed in people aged 65 or over. This may be a rectal ultrasound, where the instrument is inserted into the anus. You may contaminate food and surfaces and spread the infection causing bacteria. Adenoma is the most common colorectal polyp.