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Hi If your seeing blood after you have been, it would be best to go see your doctor or ER ASAPGood Luck
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Hi, Look one thing is you must keep lot of fluids going in, but next time you on your toilet get a sample and get off to your doctor with it for...
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Hi, Your best place is your doctor, where I would have been 4 1/2 months ago, but take a sample with you, in a nice sterile jar.Good Luck
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Hi I would see your doctor, I think it sounds like you have an ulcer, well done its all this good life you have been having its now caught up with...
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Hi Yes, but only do that when your sitting on the toilet, otherwise it get very smelly and sticky.Good Luck
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The heating pad did not cause your diarrhea, but the pain you were experiencing most likely is related. Many people will experience intestinal cramps...
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You're right to be on top of the issue of bowel changes. Colon cancer for example, and other serious conditions, respond better to treatment...
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It's difficult to say if these things are interrelated. You might have constipation/diarrhea even if you didn't have anxiety/panic attacks...
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At 16 years of age, or at any age, waiting for a diagnosis related to liver symptoms is upsetting and scary. Liver...
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Hi Have good read down this link it could help you.http://www.alzsupport.org/uploads/Common_Medical_Problems_in_Alzheimer.pdfJust copy into google to...
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Hi Yes and a tip, blood in stools or urine, get to your doctor ASAPHope this helps you.Good Luck
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Hi First lets get your meds sorted out by going to your doctor with a list of what your taken and why, just to see if there's any overlap, no way...
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Your first and most-important step is to be properly diagnosed. You will need to see a medical professional -- your primary care provider or...
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Hi Of course your heart will start to play up, having this problem for so long, doctors been there yet? or doctor to you, even?Did you not bring up...
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this. It sounds very unpleasant, and I applaud you for having what could be an embarrassing situation...
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