Infant with rectal bleeding and vomiting? Nec?

Not necessarily. Nec is most common in premature infants. There is a lot of information needed in this case...Age of baby, what are you feeding child, any fever, etc. This is a subject best discussed with your child's doctor and soon.

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What can be done to treat infant with rectal bleeding and vomiting?

Go to the ER. This could be a sign of a dangerous condition called intussusception. In babies, the end of the small bowel telescopes in to the colon, causing obstruction. Go to the er or your pediatrician. Read more...

Infant with rectal bleeding and vomiting. Could this be necrotizing enterocolitis?

Yes. Necrotizing enterocolitis is a disease that usually only affects prematures. Rectal bleeding and vomiting should be checked out with your physician regardless of the age of the infant as it could be something serious. Read more...
Milk protein allergy. Necrotizing enterocolitis occurs in premature babies and only rarely in full term babies (ie born 37 weeks or later). Babies with nec are sickly appearing and should be attended to immediately. If the baby is about 1 month old and you are getting vomiting and blood in the stool you should speak with your doctor about milk protein allergy (mpa). Usually the baby is not sickly appearing with mpa. Read more...
Please see answer. Necrotizing enterocolitis is a bowel disease that typically affects preterm infants, infants less than 37 weeks when born. Full term infants may be affected by this condition but it is rare and very unlikely. If the infant is full term, other diagnoses would include malrotation with volvulus. Regardless, it is important to seek prompt medical attention for this condition. Read more...

53 yr old female, vomiting, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, fever x2 days. Came on suddenly. What would cause this?

Rectal bleeding. Vomiting and diarrhea associated with fever and rectal bleeding necessitates evaluation by your doctor. Please call your doctor or go to an urgent care center or hospital ed. Read more...
Gastroenteritis. Sudden onset of diarrhea with vomiting, bloody diarrhea speaks for a possible bacterial infection. Make an appointment asap with your doctor orgo to an er so you can get a stool culture done and get started on proper treatment. Read more...
Seek Medical Care! Your symptoms are consistent with a serious gastrointestinal infection. Including colitis or dysentery. C diff colitis is a possibility if you have had recent antibiotics or have been exposed to another person infected. Other options include salmonella, shigella, enterotoxic e coli, ischemic colitis, less likely diverticulitis. Seek medical care! Read more...

I've lost 15pds in 12days. Hsve rectal bleeding in stool an tissue. Cramps sharp pain in stomach. Cant go with out fiber pills lax. Bloating vomiting?

NO. No you should see your doctor first , for full physical examination, blood tests, endoscopic examination along with radiological tests to find the cause of your symptoms. Some one at your age a malignancy is unlikely, may be ulcerative colitis, or other conditions that could be cured and get it treated with out delay. Read more...
See a doctor. Sounds like it is time to see a doctor to find out what may be wrong. Cannot tell in this forum what may be the problem without more history & information. May need to have some tests performed. Read more...