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Causes for blood and mucus in stool with lower back pain?

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Dr. Claude Parola
Internal Medicine 42 years experience
Blood in stool: Blood is stool may be from malignancy, hemorrhoid, inflammatory bowel disease, dysentery from infection such as ameba, shigella , virus. Need to see a doctor for evaluation.
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