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Blood When Wiping After Drinking
There was blood when I wiped after bathroom. I was drinking a little last night. Should I be worried?
Not normal, get help: Blood in stool is a warning sign. Brisk bleeding warrants emergency care. Causes of bleeding may be predictable (e.g. rectal trauma), but evaluation is always appropriate. A rule of thumb (but not absolute): black stool means bleeding comes from upper GI tract; grape jelly stool from small bowel; silver stool from biliary tree; burgundy stool from right colon; red blood from left colon to anus. ...Read more
Bright red blood on TP after first wipe after BM; then other wipes no more blood. I drink way to much pop and very little water...if that matters.?
While bright red: Blood usually mean hemorrhoid, blood is always abnormal. See gastroenterologist ...Read more
I've been drinking energy drinks everyday for the last 11 months. This morning I went for a poo and went to wipe to find bright red blood.
Rectal blood: May be unrelated, may be hemorrhoid but would follow up with doctor as could be polyp, inflammatory or food reaction. In general energy drinks can be quite dangerous, the caffeine content is very high and they contain other substances as well. Would stop the energy drinks can develop palpitations, tremors anxiety and a host of issues. F/u w/doc. ...Read more
Hello, last Wednesday I donated one pint of blood, I didn't drink much water before that so the day after it hurt to pee and light blood when I wipe?
Why do I poop bright red blood only after I drink? There is no blood in the actual poop, only when I wipe? Should I be worried?
I had wiped my rectum after a bowel movement and there was blood on the tissue twice only during drinking alcohol. What can this be?
After taking a bowel movement it is sore to wipe and often there is blood. I do not have hard stools and I drink at least a half gallon of water dail?
You may have a small tear (anal fissure) or a painful hemorrhoid.
In addition you need to have the bleeding checked by a gastroenterologist to rule out serious condtions including colon tumors. ...Read more
Personal preference.: Drinking human blood is a definite no no for many reasons not necessarily stated here, but obvious! Animal blood such as that of a cow/steer is just like any other animal organ rich in protein and other nutrients and really no different than eating steak. It's a personal preference. ...Read more
Your own blood?: Hematophagy is the practice of feeding on blood. Ingestion of blood from animals is common in some cultures and taboo in others. I have had some psychiatric patients who drank their own blood. There are no health benefits to drinking your own blood. Some might consider you drinking your own blood to be odd. ...Read more
You should not:
Clean up your act
you migt be hurting some one with tainted blodd who is in the verge or death and critically ill. ...Read more
It can be fatal.: It can be fatal. It can cause severe liver disease and neurologic and cardiac issues. ...Read more
I would encourage: Mental health evaluation. If is difficult to know what is going on with one symptom alone. Drinking one's own blood is not normal. ...Read more
Probably: A lot of diseases are transmitted through blood, thus drinking blood is not a very good idea. ...Read more
See details: Stop watching vampire movies and if you are really serious, consider consulting a psychiatrist. ...Read more
Risks like raw meat: If we set aside the cultural/psychological "ick" factor, drinking blood is similar to eating raw meat: it can contain bacteria, viruses and other infections which may not be destroyed by stomach acid, and it can upset your digestive system. Infections from drinking somenone else's blood include anything from "food poisoning" to life-threatening and incurable diseases, such as hiv. ...Read more
No.: We eat way too much protein already in America. You don't want to gain fat but muscle. To gain muscle you need to lift weights, a lot! Otherwise, weight lifting helps your muscles look great, and the definition is much easier to see, when you don't have much body fat. So go to the gym. Avoid protein supplements, too. Read A. Schwarzenegger's book "Weight Training for Athletes" -- Great advice ...Read more
I have to go for a medical how long does alcochol stay in the blood I drink about 6 pints a night 5 days a week?
One to two days...: Depending on the test used in blood or urine as well as the amount of alcohol you usually drink the longer it stays. Most of the time after the second day it should not be detected, but depending on age, gender, medical conditions the time it can vary between person to person. You might have heard this but I have to add this amount of alcohol is significant to cause liver damage. Discuss with your dr ...Read more
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Caustic ingestion: If someone drinks a corrosive alkali substance, such as drain cleaner, which contains sodium or potassium hydroxide; it will be diagnosed based on information provided in a history, not by a blood test. Symptoms may vary. Patients may complain of pain in the mouth/throat, chest or stomach, or painful/difficult swallowing. They may have vomiting or belly tenderness, if the GI tract has perforated. ...Read more
It will affect the results of liver function tests. If you are being tested for alcohol use, it certainly will affect the results. If you know what tests will be done, a more specific answer may be applicable.
Alcohol is a poison that never did anybody any good, ever, so stay away from it.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Days: The body is well-designed to survive while fasting. For most of human history food h, as been scarce, and the body is able to generate sugar for fuel from storage sites. So blood sugar will remain normal for days without any food. But it's not healthy to fast beyond 24 hours. The body works best when it is fed daily, as long as the amount of food isn't excessive. ...Read more
Can a person which drink less liquids have high blood density? (high HB and other blood elements)
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