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Remedies For Blood In The Stool
... as follows: ...: The sequence of care should be reaching best possible diagnosis before delivering most reasonable care, How to handle the related things for good care for blood in urine? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html & http://formefirst.com/hematuria.html. Besides, perusing lists on Facts of Life - 1, 2, & 3 by clicking the BUTTON on left of HOME of www.ForMeFirst.com. ...Read more
Often Hemorrhoids: If blood is bright red (like a clot), it often is caused by hemorrhoids or straining to have a bowel movement. Small veins on the inside and near outside of rectum are thin walled and can start bleeding. You should seek a medical exam to determine cause or need for other kinds of testing to see if you have colon or rectal problems. ...Read more
Nearly 300: There are nearly 300 homeopathic remedies known for Albumin in urine -- and each has its own properties. Dealing with kidney disease is a chronic, constitutional situation, requiring an experienced homeopath to help you find a helpful remedy out of many. You'd be discussing far more than urine issues alone, here. Finally, collaborative care w/your physician would be best in this case too. ...Read more
Is the blood test for calcium the same for calcium in the bones? Also, are there any blood or urine tests to check the circadian cycle? Thanks
Yes : Especially if biopsies obtained or polyps removed. If persists call yor gi. ...Read more
Can stool test show occult blood in the bowel.Will the stool test show any indication that there is something wrong in the colon like cancer.Curious!
Will food in a stool specimen effect the results of a bacterial culture, c diff, and ova & parasite test? There is a lot of spinach in there.
Undigested food residue will not affect the tests you mentioned.
For 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
Kidney problem: There are many type of kidney disease that can give you positive blood and increased protein in the urine- from infection, inflammation, autoimmune problems, injury to kidney due to different factors, medication related, other medical condition etc. Since that has been going on for over a year- do not delay further- you should see a kidney doctor and have further evaluation. ...Read more
What can be the cause for too many white blood cells in urine of my 8 year old son. Urine blood and stool check showed no infections nor bacteria?
White Cells in Urine: WBC's in urine mean inflammation anywhere in the urine collecting system, starting from the outer part of genitals all the way up to the kidneys. While infection may be a frequest cause, other causes of inflammation like stones, dehydration, allergy or constipation may cause white cells to show in urine. I have found constipation toGet your urine retested after hydration fo further treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reason/prognosis for blood on stool and in bowl for approximately 5 months with varying amounts of blood from a little to a lot?
See GI/CRS: You need to see a GI specialist or colorectal surgeon. There are a multitude of causes, from benign or malignant tumors to benign anorectal disease, such as hemorrhoids, fissures, or fistulas. Regardless of your age, persistent bloody stools need to be investigated. So, ask your primary care provider to assist you in obtaining a referral. Good luck. ...Read more
My doctor has requested for a stool sample. Is it ok for stools to contain blood and undigested food particles? Can that affect the stool testing?
Not normal: It is not normal for the stool to contain blood. If it does, that may be part of the testing that was ordered to determine if there is blood in the stool. Do all the tests the doctor ordered and review the results with the doctor. ...Read more
Blood in stool for over 3 months, seen my GP , Not hemorrhoid or palips, Cant get treatment over holiday?
Blood in stool. Colonoscopy showed mild proctitis inflammation. Biopsies normal. Gi not worried, no treatment, no diagnosis. . Should I be worried. ?
Can you get bloody stools as a side effect of of anti-biotics taken for h. pylori? Completed treatment months back. Had bright red blood in stool now.
After treatment (flagyl) and 5 weeks of c.diff- symptoms are worsening, blood in stool, weight loss and cramping. What should be done next? ER?
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: The most common causes of blood in the stool are hemorrhoids and an anal fissure (tear in anus). Other causes include cancer, poyps, diverticulosis, angioectasia and colitis. Anyone with blood in their stool should discuss this with their doctor as further evaluation is necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get checked: Blood always needs an explanation, but is also common to many benign problems, like hemorrhoids, anal fissures and overall irritated lower GI tract for many possible reasons. However, it is also probably the most reliable sign of serious problems, cancer being one of them, so go and get checked! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many answers: There are many causes of blood in the stool. Some like rectal fissure or hemorrhoids are uncomfortable but are generally benign. Others like cancer or inflammatory bowel disease generally carry a more serious prognosis. Either way, if you have blood when you have a bowel movement (bm), you should see a doctor for further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A lot of things: Many things can cause blood in the stool (i presume you talk about bright red blood and not black tarry stools) including simple things like hemorrhoids or fissures or more serious things like colitis, polyps, or even cancer. Any blood in the stool should be evaluated. Visit your family doc and he/she will likely send you to a gastroenterologist. Best to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many reasons: Potentially but most common is hemorrhoids, fissures, fistula but less frequently infection or colitis/proctitis, polyps, tumors. No amount of bleeding is normal regardless of the cause. See a colorectal surgeon promptly to identify and treat the cause before more serious problems develop. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Broadly, bright red blood in stool comes from bleeding low in the GI tract (large intestine or rectum), or sometimes from rapid upper GI bleeding. Common causes include hemorrhoids and diverticulosis, with inflammatory bowel disease, colon cancer, and gastric ulcers being less common but more dangerous. Blood in stool should be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not normal. d/w MD: Passing blood in stool is always abnormal and needs to be discussed with your doctor and needs further evaluation. It may be caused by many factors such as hemorrhoidal bleeding, cracking on anal canal ( anal fissures), infection/inflammation on intestines or stomach, ulcers, rupture of blood vessels, growth, cancer, etc. Discuss further with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get an examination: You need to get a medical check up to find the cause of the blood in your stool. The most common cause is hemorroids but the most serious reason could be cancer in the large bowel. Only a medical examination by your doctor can tell the difference between the two. So get a medical check up done soon. ...Read more
Fissure: Yes, hard stool passage can cause small tears called fissures of the anus and cause blood, especially on the tissue. Straining at stool can lead to hemorrhoids which can also bleed. Best to have your medical doctor take a look just to rule out anything more serious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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