Hello, Since the last couple of days, after passing my stool , I have found that I am bleeding . The color left behind in the toilet is not red, but a darker reddish purple colour. I eat spicy food ...
Since the last 2 days im having.brighy red on.my stools ... Im on winstrol testosterone enanthate ... whit some eggs and brown bread in morning whit banana applle and almond .... I hope u can tell what ...
My daughter is 7.5 months old and has had red chunks in her stools today. She isn t on any medicine ... s that were watery and brown but had red chunks. It looked just like diced tomatoes. Same color and everything ...
is bright red. When I wipe afterward, the tissue is more red than brown. I have not been constipated and do ...Hi, Lately (twice two weeks ago, and then again the last two days), I have had very bright red ...
My 2yr old daughter had bright red blood in her stool . The only thing I have given her different today is 2.5ml of childrens zyrtec.( very first dose-ever ) she had some hard balls of stool and some ...
3 year old passed what looked like a red bloody stool (ball), not a streak of blood. She had a normal bowel movement and then passed this. What could cause it and is it something to be concerned about? ...
I had red blood in my stool earlier. It was hard and hurt a bit but there was a lot of blood visible on my stool
It could be piles.
OR an anal fissure or fistula.
PLease have an internal exam to confirm.
Avoid constipation if present.
after drinking red wine next day stool colour changes why.
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
The wine which absorb in stomach usually and duodenum pass into the liver for metabolism . The unabsorbed wine passes in large intestine hence in stool , that why color of stool is changed. Good luck.
I have been bleeding bad when passing stool where at times it makes me light headed it is red blood maybe darker mixed with stool
Dark colored stools of dark blood in the stool suggest upper gastro intestinal bleed. You may have to get an endoscopy of the upper GI tract to find out the exact cause of the same.
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