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Mayo describes the lining of the intestines and colon as coated in a jelly-like substance that acts as a lubricant.Irritable bowel syndrome is difficult to diagnose, according to American Family Physician.It can have many causes that are hard to identify including food allergy or intolerance.When the intestines get irritated by any number of things the result can be some abdominal pain with mucus in the stool.Frequent bowel movements, especially those associated with an infection, have a greater likelihood of containing mucus.Advice from our doctors is sometimes not the same as the information we learn from the experiences of our peers, and there are often other sources of information available as well. My husband just got an ostomy bag less than a month ago. She has had a lot of gas issues lately with the Hollister appliance so that was easy to burp. I have no cramping or nausea which could be from a blockage. No cramps or anything that would indicate something is wrong. I just get so worried as I don't know if this is normal ... Dear members, Last night, Inspire hit a milestone -- one million members.