A discharge may be the release of any secretion from any surface of the body or the cavities. Sometimes these discharges may arise from much deeper in the body. Different types of discharge may occur for different reasons. Similarly flatus gas is not considered an abnormal rectal discharge. A rectal discharge in this context is any abnormal solid or fluid that is expelled from the rectum through the anus, except for stool and flatus. Sometimes the stool can be very soft and runny or even entirely watery, but this as well is not considered as abnormal rectal discharge although it is abnormal stool.
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Guest over a year ago. But, it is not something that you should not pay attention at. I had it and I was observing it every day.
A small amount of mucus in stool is usually nothing to worry about. Stool normally contains a small amount of mucus — a jellylike substance that your intestines make to keep the lining of your colon moist and lubricated. But you should talk to your doctor if you notice an increased amount of mucus in stool — particularly if it begins happening regularly or if it's accompanied by bleeding or a change in bowel habits. Larger amounts of mucus in stool, associated with diarrhea, may be caused by certain intestinal infections.