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Back pain, dark hard stool with blood. Rectosigmoid colitis?

the past 2 months i have been having pain from bottom rectal area through the back coxix area going up to my back both sides including my front and side abdomen . My stool has been dark and small marble like stool. I have not acutally seeN red blood though.It has been hard to go, i also had prostitias in jan. i did get my kindeys checked, i did also get an mri of coxixs and finally e-room last week cat -scan with the injection fluid. They Found something but they were not sure, possible again its possible-rectosigmoid cholitis. Please provide me with some info, why does this happen? At this age? I am getting colonoacopy with biopsy as well.should i get a stool kit from the lab.
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern you have asked "Why does this happen at this age? and you did not mentioned the age here, constipation some times cause such symptoms and because of this the rectum may get the fissures and some time it gets the infections if I would be your doctor then I would treat this with the following medicines
1) Tab Cefdinir 300mg twice in day
2) Tab Policresulen ointment to be applied intra rectum
hope this information helps you, have nice day.
Answered: Fri, 11 Apr 2014
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