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Chronic acidity with blood stains in stool - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   ur name
User :   I have acidity
User :   from the past 2 yesra
Doctor :   ok
User :   when I skip meal or take food outside I get severe pain it comes down if I take Rantac 150 when I have pain
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Have you seen a doctor?
User :   yes doctor only adviced to take Rantac

Doctor :   When are yoiu taking it

User :   from the past 6 months when ever I have acidity problem I observed blood stains in my stool
User :   when I feel pain I take it and then eat something light
Doctor :   Stains or blood mixed with stools
User :   yes
User :   stains
Doctor :   How is your appetite
User :   good
Doctor :   Did you vomit blood anytime?
User :   never
Doctor :   How is your motion daily , is it regular what color? Is it soft
User :   it is soft only and daily morning I go
User :   yellow in clor
User :   sry color
Doctor :   To get a more complete picture I need this information

Age: ; Occupation: ; Location: ; Marital Status:

User :   Age :35 Occupation : S/W engineer
User :   Marries
User :   Married
Doctor :   Have you told your doc that you see blood stained stool
User :   no
Doctor :   Only when you have, you see stains rt?
User :   As part of my regular health checkup I gave my stool for test
Doctor :   Sorry pain
User :   the result is normal
Doctor :   When was that
Doctor :   done?
User :   yes you are correct only when I have pain I observed stain
User :   6 months back
Doctor :   Till date how many time you have seen
User :   some where around 6 times
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Where exactly is the pain?
User :   stomach pain

Doctor :   tell me with respect to your belly button
User :   mostly in the center
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   It is highly unlikely to see blood in the stool for stomach ulcer
Doctor :   YOU should see a gastroenterologist for further physical examination and endoscopy if required
Doctor :   I suspect something worrisome if you say blood in the stools
Doctor :   So just get the physical examined by a GE specialist
Doctor :   I shall recommend you to one if you would like to
User :   whom do you
Doctor :   PLease confirm your details
Doctor :   0000
Doctor :   YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   For now dont skip meals at all
Doctor :   Breakfast lunch and dinner must not be skipped in any case
Doctor :   Before each meal take the Rantac 150
User :   I don't want to but sometimes my work forces
Doctor :   30 minutes early
User :   but what do you suspect?
Doctor :   YOu got to carry your
Doctor :   I suspect a bleeding ulcer
Doctor :   Or constipation with piles or fissure
Doctor :   Supplement with fruits in between the meals
Doctor :   Carry a tiffin box
Doctor :   to your office
Doctor :   Dont neglect this area
Doctor :   It may prove troublesome
Doctor :   If not acted rightly
User :   ok thanks I will do
User :   can you suggest a doctor?
Doctor :   One of our doctors shall call you
Doctor :   and help you with details of doctor in your area
Doctor :   ok
User :   no give me address I will call tehm
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting
User :   mumber I mentioned is wrong
Doctor :   We have to look into database
User :   I don't want to reveal my details
Doctor :   YOU can search for one doctor at our homepage
Doctor :   You can help yourself
Doctor :   YOu can get near your area
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   bye
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