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Diagnosed with gastritis, bleeding starts in the morning and stops while at rest. Suggestions?

I have gastritis I m 29 just diagnosed with it. I had my colonoscopy and endoscopy done 2.5 weeks ago and since then have been bleeding like period but bright red blood constantly for 16 days straight very unusual for me what could be causing this and also the bleeding was pretty much stopping at night whilst resting but as soon as I m up and going for the day back bleeding bright red blood?
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Welcome to HCM and thanks for your query.
The cause depends on the findings on endoscopy, whether there is ulcer, tumor etc.
Bleeding so long is dangerous for health and needs to be attended immediately.
Kindly take medical help and you need to be evaluated as a whole keeping on mind the findings on endoscopy.
Wishing you good health

Answered: Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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