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Blood in stool with mucus, blood in saliva, neck pain, metal taste in mouth. Hemmorhoids ?

Hi. i recently have been having blood in my stool . there is also mucus as well. i went to get checked up and the doctor said i have hemmorhoids, but now im afraid its something else. i have been seeing blood in my saliva when i wake up, and my neck hurts on and off. the pain isnt too bad. i have also been experiencing a metal taste in my mouth. its been there for a few months now.
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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Hello and thanks for posting your query on HCM
Presence of blood and mucus in stools can be due to hemmorhoids, bacterial infection or some large gut problem.
Your doctor has examined and told you that it is due to haemmorhoids. It is not a very serious problem and it will get alright after surgery.
Regarding blood in saliva, it may be due to some problem in the throat. You should visit an ENT surgeon for exact diagnosis.
Thanks and take care
Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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