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Redbull Causes Bloody Stools
Bloody stools: In 11 months old more commonly due to constipation. Some have anal fissures. If grose blood with abdominal distention, tenderness, fever, irritability, not eating or poor appetite, you need to take your baby to the emergency room or his pediatrician to rule out any surgical abdomen/ obstruction! ...Read more
Yes: Bloody stools can be from a colitis including infectious and inflammatory conditions, hemorrhoids, diverticular disease, av malformations of the colon, as well as from upper intestinal sources such as ulcer disease. It should be checked out asap but not just to rule out cancer.No bleeding from the rectum is normal! Get it checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Causes of bloody stools? 4 ep. Over 4 years. 1-4 days each. Severe pain 2 days ago. P/o 10-20 mins. Dark red bloody stools 2x yday. Blood mixed tday.
Have an exam: There are various possibilities and while some are not serious, a bad one could sneak into your life if you don't have it checked. That it hurt is perhaps good news that it's a surface tear but even that could lead to infection so do see a Dr. Why worry, why guess? ...Read more
An anal fistula is an abnormal, infected channel (tract) with an internal opening in the anal canal and an external opening in the skin near the anus or rectum. Anal fistulae can present with many different
discharge - either bloody or purulent,
pruritus ani - itching, or
systemic symptoms if abscess becomes
infected. ...Read more
Can a old Crohn's disease flare up (bloody stool) flare up again that causes bloody stools to come back weeks later while I have a 3 rib break?
Yes.: Crohn's disease is a chronic illness associated with inflammation anywhere in the GI tract, typically the small intestine or colon. It can be episodic, responding to a course of treatment only to recur again months to years later. You should have a GI specialist you see regularly. With return of bleeding you need to contact your doctor to discuss treatment. ...Read more
Anything besides melena cause maroon-to-black goop & dark bms? Two gis agree my pain etc is IBS and that bloody stools in past were hemorrhoids, but this week doc said I don't have hems anymore?
Likely melena: What you describe definitely sounds like melena. If so that means the blood is coming from the upper GI tract. That can be serious and should not be ignored. A stool test for blood will easily tell you the answer, and a complete blood count will give a good indication of how much blood has been lost. Get in to see a doctor as soon as you can. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No Relation: When you say bloody stools, this usually means bleeding in the lower part of your colon/rectum and many times, it's just hemorrhoids but to give you peace of mind, have a doctor examine you for any growth in your rectum or anus so you can have relief and possible cure. ...Read more
Possible allergy: There are several possible answers but today in my experience the most common reason in the first six months is an entity called food protein-induced proctitis/colitis. It is often caused by milk or soy in both breast and formula fed infants. Constipation and certain infections are other but less common reason in this early age group. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe.: Colitis can result in bloody stools, but so can many other things, including hemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel diseases, diverticulosis, peptic ulcers, colon cancer, & more. Depending on your personal history and age, you may also be more at risk for some of these than others. Bloody stools could come from benign problems as well as very serious ones. If you're having this problem, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You don't: Say how many days post colectomy. Usually after colon resection you may see some blood with the first 1-2 bm's but after that you should not see blood. If you are you need to call your surgeon promptly and be evaluated. This can be very serious if not dealt with propmtly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not sure: Light colored stools are likely related to dietary intake, however there are conditions whereby the bile is blocked from entering the intestine and can result in tan colored stool. Bloody stools can be the result of many things (mostly benign, but can also be serious). I rec that everyone should see a dr if they pass blood to make sure it is not one of the important causes. ...Read more
Could be dangerous: There are many causes of blood in the stool, ranging from benign to malignant (cancer). Bloody stools can be caused by hemorrhoids, colitis, diverticulosis, colon cancer, and more. If a person has blood in his or her stool, it should be checked out by a doctor as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been taking addrell for 3 years now and just this past week I've started having bloody stools. Can these be connected?
Medication SEs: Nope. I am not sure why you would consider a medication you have been on for this long of time to be the cause of a completely normal and common human condition. Most bloody stool situations are from hemorrhoids or anal fissures. These can easily be evaluated and treated at your family physician's office. ...Read more
What can be done to find the source of bright red bloody stools that lasted just a few days and hasn't happened again for two weeks?
Hemorrhoid or?: You need to see a gastro-intestinal specialist or a colorectal surgeon. Even a general surgeon can help you with getting an exam in the colon and rectal area. Hemorrhoids are the most common issue, but thinks like colitis, diverticulosis, polyps or colon tumors can cause rectal bleeding. I recommend finding out what is causing this problem. ...Read more
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