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I had to bear down for bm and had some blood on it. Why?

I had to bear down for bm and had some blood on it. Why?

See your doctor.: You may be constipated and have a hemorrhoid or anal fissure. If your bm was hard or lumpy, it can irritate or tear the anus. It's best to see your doctor to make sure; drinking plenty of water, eating a high fiber diet, and possibly a stool softener help to resolve the problem. ...Read more

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Emesis for 4 days, no blood in it, moderate pain in stomach, can't keep food down. No l/bm since first day afebrile. Have energy at night and can drink fluids and eat, wakes up and is sick again. Help?

Emesis for 4 days, no blood in it, moderate pain in stomach, can't keep food down. No l/bm since first day  afebrile. Have energy at night and can drink fluids and eat, wakes up and is sick again. Help?

See ur doctor soon!: Vomiting for 4 days isn't normal, and even if you suspect you may be getting better, have it checked out for peace of mind. You may be passing a stomach flu, but you should be on a simpler diet (bland, or liquid) until this resolves, as you are losing electrolytes and water every time you vomit. Your doctor will check how much you've lost already. Get medical advice promptly! ...Read more

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How can I get my blood preure down?

How can I get my blood preure down?

See below: Apart from medications, you can lower your blood pressure doing a low salt low fat diet and doing regular physical activity. The current recommendation is 5 times a week, moderate intensity for 30 minutes a day, or a total of 150 minutes a week. Losing weight may normalize your bp. In that case, you should do 60-90 minutes daily of physical activity. ...Read more

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My mate is bleedin black blood down below is that normal?

My mate is bleedin black blood down below is that normal?

That depends: If your mate is a female- dark vaginal blood can be old blood that is being shed. If this is black, tarry malodorous bowel movements - that could be something that is called melena & is related to GI bleeding. If melena - that needs to be promptly medically evaluated. By the way "down below" is pretty non-specific. We are doctors on the site- you won't embarrass us by being more specific. ...Read more

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How does blood determines how high or low risk you are of having downs syndrome baby?

How does blood determines how high or low risk you are of having downs syndrome baby?

They r getting bette: at finding the baby's cells in the blood of the mother. With that, they can see if the baby has abnormal chromosomes and if the baby has Down's. ...Read more

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How to keep your blood sugar down?

How to keep your blood sugar down?

Various: Education, diet, exercise, weight loss and medication from your doctor taken as advised. Avoid fatty junk food, cortisone, some other medications that your doctor can discuss. ...Read more

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Are there any down side to giving blood?

Transient fatigue: Transient fatigue, tenderness or bruising at the needle puncture site--generally none that are significant or long lasting. ...Read more

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What are ways to keep my blood sugar down?

Diet, exercise: Weight loss, relaxation, good medical advice and whatever medication your doctor may recommend you take. Avoid complicating factors such as stress, infection, steroids, etc. Check diabetes.Org for more info. ...Read more

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Could you bring lead levels in ur blood down?

Yes: There are treatments to reduce blood lead levels by using chelating agents. It is not a do it yourself issue. Please consult your doctor. ...Read more