Can 16 hpf occult blood in stool can be caused by 300 sugar level fasting?

No. It's not entirely clear what you mean by 16 hpf. But there is no relationship that I know of between occult blood in stool and hyperglycemia. Occult blood in stool is a sign of gastrointestinalI blood loss or a nose bleed with ingestion of blood. A fasting blood sugar of 300 (units unknown) sounds high in standard mg/dl at could be a sign of overt diabetes. Consult your doctor regarding this Soon.

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Visited doc and found occult blood in stool but also hemorrhoid. At 32 years, what could be the cause?

Varies. Blood from an upper intestinal source can be the cause of occult blood in the stool. Upper and lower endoscopy are recommended to exclude significant disease, even in your age group. Blood from hemorrhoids usually is bright red on the toilet paper and not mixed with the stool. Do not delay seeking attention just because you are young -- even someone in their 30s can have problems. Good luck! Read more...
Many things. The occult blood without visible blood could be the hemorrhoid or colon polyp/tumor or gastritis or a peptic ulcer/gastic ulcer or tumor. Let an expert GI or colorectal surgeon decide what the best route is for evaluation and treatment. Do not ignore! Read more...

I am 57 yrs m, diabetic for 20yrs, suffering wt. Loss, thyroid ths up, occult blood in stool let me know the cause of wt. Loss/occult blood.

It's my job to worry. Because I have to think, "what's the worst thing this could be?" i feel it's important to encourage you to see a gastroenterologist to find out where the blood in the stool is coming from. Bleeding from the bowel and weight loss can go along with cancer, so don't put this off. It sounds like your thyroid needs attention. If your TSH is high, your thyroid isn't putting out enough thyroid hormone. Read more...

Occult blood in stool. Should I be worried? 47 f

Yes. Blood in the stool is never normal. Causes can range to the common hemorrhoid to the more serious colon cancer. Get an eval with a GI doctor and colonoscopy and egd are the gold standard for assessing the intestinal tract. Best wishes. Read more...

How accurate are occult blood stool IA tests? I had 7 done, all negative, have anemia, I know its from food, not bleeding, doc still wants colonoscopy

Investigate iron def. If an adult has anemia DUE TO IRON DEFICIENCY, the cause is almost always blood loss. In men and non-menstruating women, the blood loss is almost always from the gastrointestinal tract. If iron deficiency (not just anemia) has been well proven, and the patient does not menstruate, endoscopy is warranted no matter what the occult blood stool test shows. . Read more...
Not very reliable. The occult blood tests will only show recent bleeding (few days). If you are having intermittent bleeding, the tests may be normal. As stated, the important issue is whether you are truly Iron deficient. Read more...

Stomach cramping, diarrhea up to 10 times a day, nausea, dr found occult blood in stool and mucous, high esr. Gallbladder ultrasound next week. Grandma has IBS brother has uc. What could be the cause?

Talk w/your doctor. Your own physician is carrying out a careful evaluation of your complaints, and this is in process. Ulcerative colitis and other causes are possible with these symptoms. Please continue to work with your doctor on these issues so you can get any treatment you may need. Hopefully your colon will be examined too. Good luck to you. Read more...
Wrong priority! Sorry, but you family history and clinical symptoms speak about your gut/colon. I would leave gb us for after a proper examination of your colon first when nothing should be found there! this is at least what i would do! Read more...