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Blood in stool
I am my problem in detail so you can be more specific whats the matter around 1.5 months ago i had a bad stomach ache and after that around 4-5 days later i started having blood in my stool the blood was red and was in clot form and it continued for about 1 week then i saw a doc and he gave me metranizodale after some time i was fine but after 2 normal weeks i noticed taht there is mucus in stool and a little dark blood in it im having normal stools there js no diahorrea and i am having no weakness whatsoever im just fine but i dont know why this blood is coming and to be specific i am 100% sure i have no hemorroids or piles so what can be the reason plzzz i am very concerned help!..thank you
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There could be ‘n’ number of causes for blood in stools. The way it is looking in the picture looks like fresh blood probably from lower gastrointestinal tract, be it from large intestine/ rectum. I need few additional information from u- how old are you? do u have anything comng out from anus while passing stools? Do u have any pain? Depending on your symptoms, u may need a physical consultation/ colonoscopy
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USG ABdomen/ Colonoscopy during active bleeding
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As mentioned in text
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Just go for Sigmoidoscopy ( Large intestine ko doorbeen se dekhna ) by a Gastroenterologist You will have your solution Don't worry but don't delay USG abdomen is of no use here .
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Sigmoidoscopy  will suffice ( full length colonoscopy is not required )
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