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I have been having severe undiagnosable abdominal pain for a year now. I have chronic dirreaha that never stops no matter what I eat. And most of the food I do consume, does not get disgested. In the dirreaha, I started to notice very tiny holes in the stool. Very tiny and clear cut. I asked my doctor and she said they were most likly gas bubbles. The other night, I went to the bathroom and there was something attached to my stool. From the angle, it looked like a worm. I fished it out (gross I know) and tugged it off the stool. (I have been eating oatmeal for two weeks straight, considering how upset my stomach has been; so it isn't from the food) I have no clue what it is. My stool was also bathed in mucus. Lots of mucus, and I wonder if it was just an odd piece of mucus. But it is around an inch and a half long. It's clearish/white. When I moved it with a utensil, it kept it's shape and I was actually able to coil it into itself. I tried looking at it, but it's not the largest thing and I can't tell. I called my doctor, and they said they'd probably not be able to take it because it was not kept refrigerated. Is it that hard to tell the difference between mucus and a worm? Wouldn't a microsope see the difference?
Also, I have kept it for over 12 hours now, in some fluid. It has completely kept it's shape.
I'm sorry for the tmi. Should I be worried if it is something? If so, how do I even tell what kind it is?
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