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Dr. Arun Phophalia
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Experience:  MBBS, MS (General Surgery), Fellowship in Sports Medicine
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Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Arun Phophalia replied 9 months ago.

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Expert:  Dr. Arun Phophalia replied 9 months ago.

Since when do you have the mucus leak?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Since yesterday when I was only just able to breath properly from whatever happened inside my right chest area, causing horrendous pain. The pain then felt like it move further towards my kidney. Today I feel much better and can take larger breaths and walk around etc. but the Inocid Suppository seems to just come out by itself in mucousy mess
Expert:  Dr. Arun Phophalia replied 9 months ago.

Were you constipated so you needed the rectal suppository?

Any significant past medical illness or surgery?

Customer: replied 9 months ago.
No I have them for spinal pain along with Panadeine forte. I took both for this horrific chest pain I believe to be broken rib or torn cartilage from last week. The suppository is Indocid 100.
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
2 radical spinal fusions l5s1
Expert:  Dr. Arun Phophalia replied 9 months ago.

The most common cause for mucus coming out from rectum is polyp. The other cause can be;

1) Ulcerative colitis.

2) Medications

3) Rectum ulcer

4) Rectum growth.

Your need to consult your primary care physician or a gastroenterologist for the evaluation.

Please feel free for your follow up questions.