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Blood in stools, pain in lower abdomen, pain during intercourse, watery stools. Cure?

Hello, I m a 20 years old female. My problems all began about a month ago when I ve been noticing blood in my stool . Recently i have been experiencing pain in my lower abdominal. Also this morning I tried having sexual intercourse with my fiance but could not succeed. It hurt too much. Also all day today I have been feeling the urge to have a bowel movement . When I do, it s very wet and comes out fast like pee. What can be the problem?
Asked On : Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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Hi Jasmine,
Thanks for writing your query.
Blood in stool along with loose motions can be due to infection of the gastrointestinal tract.
This can result in pain of the abdomen.
You should get yourself examined by a medical professional and take antibiotic along with antiamoebic, probiotic and antacid.
Also take electrolyte rich drinks to compensate for the loss of electrolytes in loose stools.
Pain during intercourse can be due to different reasons. Commonest cause is that your body and mind are not relaxed during the act. But you should get yourself examined by a Gynaecologist to rule out any medical condition.
I hope this is useful to you.
Answered: Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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