A 32-year-old female asked:
Blood in stool with pain last three weeks. no hard stool. cramps around breast, lower back and lower abdomen. sore breasts feeling. body cramps ?
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Dr. Eric Chevlenanswered
Internal Medicine - Oncology 49 years experience
Get evaluation: Persistent rectal bleeding requires diagnostic evaluation. Possible causes range from trivial (hemorrhoids) to serious (cancer). See primary care doctor, gastroenterologist, or surgeon.
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