You should go see a doctor. The slimpy thing attached to the outside of your stool sounds like a worm. Humans can get them too. The only way to get rid of them is to go to a doctor and they will give you some medication. There is nothing to be ashamed of. You can get worms by eating food that is not cooked all the way or if you ate sushi at a restaurant and it was not fresh. Good luck and God Bless:) Good answer!
your esophagus and small intestine are attached to your stomach.
The structure attached to the lesser curvature of the stomach is a mesentery called the lesser omentum. this receives bile from the liver and sends it to the stomach.
No, the small intestine is attached to the stomach.
Stomach Acid is an extreme form of Hydrochloric Acid.
You can't. The extreme acid of the stomach does kill most of them.
intestine?It is Liver
The lesser omentum is the structure that is attached to the lesser curvature of the stomach. It is thin but has two layers of serous membrane.
A new opening of the stomach to the outside of the body is called a stoma.
Eating a banana can be good for your stomach is you are experiencing diarrhea or frequent bowel movements as bananas have binding qualities.
The stomach is connected to the duodenum, the first part of the small intestine.
Tripe is actually a lining of the stomach. It is attached to the stomach wall.
The small intestine
it would be the large intestine
It is not known if infectious agents also cause MALT lymphomas outside of the stomach.
it is a layer found to the outside of the muscularis externa of the stomach
The duodenum is the section of the small intestine that is attached to the stomach.
the aspohagaus and the large intestines are directly in contact with the stomach.
The curvature end of the stomach
esophagus; the pathway from the mouth to the stomach. Or, if this was humor, the answer is ( extreme flatulence).