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43wf. for the last 6 wks have fluffy stool .6 on bristol chart .bright red blood on stool and toilet paper.the only change is diet. no bread rice potatoes etc.shakes with soy milk nuts berries and whey protein ,salads with fish ,chicken . worried !

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Dr. Clarence Grim
56 years experience Endocrinology
Blood stool: 43wf. For the last 6 wks have fluffy stool .6 on Bristol chart .bright red blood on stool and toilet paper.the only change is diet. No bread rice potatoes etc.shakes with soy milk nuts berries and whey protein ,salads with fish ,chicken . Worried ! ANS: first you need to have it tested for blood. Eating beets can do this in some. Need to have your health care team take a look at you butt/colon
Answered on Nov 24, 2016
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