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Blood In Stool Chest Pain
A long tube runs from the mouth to the anus. It includes, in order, the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small intestine (duodenum, jejunum, ileus), caecum, the ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid colon (or large intestine) and the rectum. The space inside that tube , the lumen, is considered to be outside of the body. When we bleed into that space ...Read more
See your Doctor: Question is vague. Any change in stool caliber? Any weight loss? You need to have blood work and probably a colonscopy and ct scan thorax. Do you or have you ever smoked? Do you have cough? Of course, these symptoms may be nothing but without knowing you, and you seem concerned, i would advise going to your pcp for evaluatin. Do not worry, but seek help. ...Read more
Needs evaluation : These are concerning symptoms in the context of abdominal pain with associated blood in your stool. I would make it a point to call your medical provider who will need to evaluate The problem more thoroughly.while there are minor problems that can give the symptoms, there are more ominous things that need to be ruled out. If pain and bleeding is not tolerable go to ER. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Severe abdominal pain left upper. Kidney stone in kidney in CT but not counted as source of pain. Bloody stool. No infection in urine or blood work?
Possible: This is not a home diagnosis. There are too many possibly serious illness which may present like this and you should be seen by a physician quickly. ...Read more
Severe joint pain, abdominal pain, occasional blood or mucus in stool. Sometimes yellow loose stool. Cramps and gas. What's wrong?
Constant abdominal pain relief when passing stool. Mucus in stool and loose stool. Physical exam, blood and stool test were negative. Is it IBS or IBD?
Either or other: Your symptoms are consistent with both irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease among others. I am not sure what physical exam means and it is very important HOW the stool blood test is done to be accurate. Start taking a daily fiber supplement and drink plenty of fluid. If symptoms persist you need to see a GI specialist and have at least a sigmoidoscopy or "short scope". ...Read more
Had burning sensation in lower abdominal area, black sludge stool, constipation, white mucus in stool,blood on toilet paper,lower left abdominal pain?
See doctor now: With the above symptoms you need medical attention now. Do not wait. ...Read more
Vomitting, diarrhea, blood in stools and occasionally vomit too. Pain in lower abdomen/upper pelvic area. What could be wrong?
You need help: Sorry but at 42, blood in the stool needs to be investigated, especially when associated with occassional pain. Speak to your doctor, and, if appropriated, a GI consult can be arranged. Be prepared to discuss activities associated with said blood and pain. Good luck. ...Read more
Too many: Possibilities to go into here but you need to be seen promptly by your doctor or a gi/colorectal surgeon. Sounds like a colonoscopy may be indicated to determine the cause. Could be inflammatory bowel disease, colitis, diverticular disease, polyps or tumor, benign or malignant. Don't delay! ...Read more
Im 21 with upper and lower abnomen pain constipation diarhea difficult in passing gas hemorrhoids black spot on stool chest pain if cant burp?
Elevated ddimer. Negative ct scan and us for blood clots. Having chest pressure and back pain while breathing in feels like a sharp pain. PE?
Bloody Or Red Colored Stools (Definition)
Blood in the stool of babies is always a concern and should be investigated. Some of the causes include food allergies, infection of the bowels (bacterial gastroenteritis), anal fissure, and rarely, intussusception. ...Read more
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