What does anal mucus discharge mean? If you are experiencing this symptom you may have an infection like E. Read now for more associated characteristics, causes, and treatment options. Mucus is a slippery or slimy substance that is naturally produced by your bowels.
Rectal discharge refers to any substance, aside from feces, that comes out of your rectum. Your rectum is last part of your digestive system before your anus, which is the opening at the end the system. It usually presents as mucus or pus that you may notice in your underwear or on your stool. You may also feel the urge to have a bowel movement, but only pass mucus or a very small amount of stool. Some STIs that affect your rectum or anus can cause discharge. See a doctor if you think you may have an STI.
Rectal discharge is the release of mucus or pus from the anal opening. It can be a sign of an underlying colorectal problem or occur after colorectal surgery. Rectal discharge gives a constant feeling of dampness moisture at the anal opening or a feeling to pass out the bowel.
Symptoms of internal piles and external piles can include a damp feeling in your underwear caused by discharge. For a haemorrhoid sufferer, one of the more embarrassing symptoms that you may have to deal with is the occasional feeling of dampness and discharge from your back passage. Apart from the obvious uncomfortable feeling, by far the worst part is a sense that other people might be aware of your predicament either by seeing it on your outer clothing, or perhaps you might feel that the hemorrhoid discharge could emit an unpleasant smell. To quickly put your mind at rest, it would be very unlikely that any leakage that you may get from haemorrhoids will be so prevalent that it would show as a damp patch on your outer clothing. If you do experience any odour, then a simple regime of regular bathing should help or the use of witch hazel has been known to do the trick.