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Blood in stool, not able to eat, fatigue. Reason?

I have been sick ongoing now for 6 days and haven t been able to eat anything, but I m being sick alot and there is quite a bit of blood in my sick. Since 2010 I have been feeling like this very often but every time I go to the doctors they never do anything about it. I can t cope with it no more! There was a bit of blood in my stool too. I have the implant fitted and it s very often that I m on my period, I m on right now but since feeling sick the past 6 days it seems to have gotten heavier. I feel weak in myself and there s no way i feel up to doing anything! It s not possible. The other day I was walking and my knees kept giving way and I was dropping to the floor. Help, I m sick of it.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query.

Blood in stool, nausea, fatigue usually indicates large intestine disease. And as it lasts for a long time you should definitely be diagnosed and serious diseases should be ruled out. Your symptoms can be caused by inflammatory bowels disease (especially if you are at young age) or by colon cancer (more probable if you are 50 or older).

I suggest you to visit gastroenterologist, have physical examination, abdominal ultrasound, stool test, blood work and colonoscopy.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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