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I am just learning about all this and my question is why is mucous present in the stool? The pain management doctor didn't have an answer and I self diagnosed myself gluten sensitive after seeing the correlation between gluten and migraines. Is this common & why?

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Your gut naturally produces a little mucous to lubricate your intestines and help your stool glide through comfortably. When there is inflammation, sometimes extra mucous gets produced. It's the intestinal equivalent of your nose running. :lol:

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Your gut naturally produces a little mucous to lubricate your intestines and help your stool glide through comfortably. When there is inflammation, sometimes extra mucous gets produced. It's the intestinal equivalent of your nose running. :lol:

I wondered about that myself. Good to know!

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Your gut naturally produces a little mucous to lubricate your intestines and help your stool glide through comfortably. When there is inflammation, sometimes extra mucous gets produced. It's the intestinal equivalent of your nose running. :lol:

Thank you!

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