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Blood in stool after having chicken wings. Taking cipro to treat epididymitis. What to do?

Last night, I ate eight incredibly spicy chicken wings, and had to go to the bathroom around 5 am this morning. At that time, I was fine, but sore. The wings definitely felt worse coming out than going in. A few minutes ago, I had to go again, and noticed blood in my stool . I m also worried because I m taking cipro to treat epididimytis. What should I do?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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hi,how are you feeling now??
You are having a food poisoning causing the diarrhea.
Keep having one glass of oral re hydrating solution and plenty of fluids.
I would suggest you to continue the cipro,it will treat the infection of bowel too.
Take Probiotic and Prebiotic capsules,they will help replenish the gut environment.
Answered: Fri, 30 Aug 2013
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