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Anemic. Lower back pain, mucus in stool, fatigue, no stomach pain. Worry?

Hello I'm a 37 year old female I have always been healthy except for always being anemic I have three children . My problem started about 4 months ago and is continuing . I have bloody stools sometimes the toilet can get filled lower back pain, and now like a mucas in my stool, I am very fatigue and always feel sick . No stomach pain I am starting to worry
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Have you ever had your kidneys checked? Because there could be something wrong with them, they produce this substance called erythropoetin which promoted blood production by the bone marrow.
Plus since you have lower back pain, which is sometimes associated with the kidney it could be that you're kidneys have some problem.
The bloody stools could be because of haemrrhoids, but without any tests its hard to say.
I recommend you see a doctor right away because for an anemic person to lose blood is a very dangerous situation.
After running some tests they can narrow down the cause and accordingly treat you for it.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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