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Having fever and stomach pain, mucus in stool with blood. What is happening?

I ve been feeling bad from my stomach from 3 days now. The first day i had a fever and a lot of stomach pain i keep pooping yellow mucus once it was with a mixture of white and another with red. The second day during the day i felt better my poop was better still sorta loose but now was yellow and dark green. At night was the real problem i would wake up the whole date ever two hours to poop with major pains. The third day i keep pooping yellow mucus but now at night I ve been pooping blood
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Thanks for choosing HCM.
You have got an Infection of G.I. Tract.
You will need to take well cooked, bland food & beverages.
You will need to hydrate yourself well with Oral Rehydration Solution[ORS] to get over the possibility of dehydration.
Seek medical help to solve this problem with medicines.
You can get the stools tested in the laboratory.
Take care.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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