Hello Everyone!I've had IBS for about 7 years, mostly just pain, bloating, gas, and noise. I have managed to get most everything under control and lead a pretty great life thus far. Recently, however, I'm been having some problems which I am unsure of. You see, I have recently moved to Beijing China. I have been here for about a month. I'm wondering if these problems from the IBS or from some kind of "traveller's ailment"It started about a week ago, after a weekend trip, my stools started looking funny. A little green, and with an odd texture. I thought nothing of it because they were still somewhat well formed. A few days later, I had really bad D, which was also green. Again, I didn't worry too much. I am in China after all. The next day I had a trip planned to the great wall that I didn't want to miss, so I took some preventative immodium that morning to ensure the bus ride was a safe one. That was about 3 days ago. I haven't had a good bm since, but I'm managed to pass some odd, small, hard green stools. The part that worries me is that I've also noticed a bit of mucus with what looks like blood in it. I've searched these boards far and wide, hoping to find something to do with travellers D, but to no avail.I guess my question is this. I have a trip planned this weekend for 8 days. I haven't had D since that last bout, and other than being a little constipated, I feel pretty great. Should I run off to the doctor to check the mucus and blood before I go? or is this something that can probably wait? I say this because I know it will likely require some kinds of diagnostic tests, and I'm sure that finding a suitable doctor in Beijing could be troublesome (I don't speak chinese very well!)it should be noted that I developed these problems a day after eating something particularly questionable.and for the record the blood was a bright red.I appreciate any guidence.