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    Is it normal to pass mucusy blood clots with ulcerative colitis?

    After I have been to the toilet, the toilet bowl is filled with bright red blood and I pass a few bloody clots.

    I have been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis (proctitis?) Any chance this could only be haemorrhoids? I also feel quite nauseas and quite uncomfortable in the lower abdominal area.
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    In view of the fact that you have been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and have symptoms that are more consistent with having a flare-up, and possibly even a progression of the bowel disease, it's important that you consult your gastroenterologist.

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