I am 36 y/o female. I had a colon surgery about 2 yrs ago. For about a year or so I've had clear diarrhea a couple times a day. Within the last 2 months it has gotten worse. I have these clear mucus BM at least 4-6 times a day for 4 days sometimes 6 days straightand sometimes longer. After several days of the clear mucus I'll have diarrhea which slowly turns into a soft formed BM (only for 1 day). Then the next day it's back to the clear mucus diarrhea. I just recently had a CAT scan to see if there was any obstruction or peoblems with my colon, the CAT scan came out good. Nothing looked alarming. Now I am waiting for the results of my stool test.
I would like to know if this is something I should be alarmed about? and if anyone knows what could possible be going on?
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