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Red Blood Clots In Stool
Nausea, vomiting, fever, "dark red" blood clots in stool, back pain, low iron. What could be wrong with me?
I had a c-section three weeks ago. I am now experiencing bright red blood in my stools with some small blood clots. Should I be concerned?
I have had bloody stools for over a month,water will be soild red. Alot of pain,big blood clots on tp and in stool also very stringy and now back pain?
Time to see your Dr.: if you don't have a doctor, go to a prompt care or emergency room. you seriously need to be evaluated. this is lower GI bleeding , either from colon, anorectal area,, or distal small bowel. I'm not going to go through the differential, I'm just telling you to get seen, and soon. Good luck. ...Read more
Soft stools last night with cramps.this morning red blood clots and mucus.27 yo.Called doc can't get in til tomorrow.no other symptoms.okay to wait?
I am a 22 year old female, i had about two tbsp of bright red blood in stool w/ blood clots. Cancerous colon polyps in family history.?
When I go to the toilet I find after I wipe after a stool I find a dark red blood clot with mucus on the paper?
Symptoms: indicate GI bleeding and require physician evaluation ...Read more
Llq pain worse after bm (freq increment 1x/d to 3-4x/d) w/ bright blood & mucus on toilet tissue everytime, blood clots in stool sometimes.What is it?
LLQ Pain: This should be evaluated by GI specialist based upon information provided. Inflammatory bowel disease(ulcerative colitis or crohn's) is in the differential. Irritable bowel syndrome (ibs)does not cause rectal bleeding. Ibs + hemorrhoids however potentially could explain the symptoms . Evaluation should be done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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