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What happens if you pee and poop out blood?

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Dr. Gregory Lewis
Urology 44 years experience
Both abnormal: Blood in the stool and blood in the urine both need to be separately evaluated as to the cause with appropriate blood tests, imaging studies, and endoscopy. If bleeding from both are occurring at the same time, one would also want to make sure the coagulation system was normal.

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