This is not normal. When children have blood and mucous in the diarrhoea this is known as 'dysentary'. There are several nasty bacteria that can cause this illness such as salmonella, shigella or campylobacter. The doctor MUST send a stool specimen for laboratory testing. I am also concerned that your child has nose bleeds. This must also be carefully investigated and at the very least a full blood count should be done. Please take your son back to the paediatrician.
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