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Blood in stool, pain when passing stools. Taking Dulcolax and drinking water. Next step?

I have been having blood in my stool for just over a month. It s a significant amount of bright red blood. I have no external Hemroids or growths. I have a sharp pain when passing stool that radiates to my left testicle . This is very painful. I am drinking excessive amounts of water around 7-10 500ml bottles and taking 2 100mg dulcolax stool softner liquid gels twice a day. Hemroid creams don t help, I was prescribed supositories and they didn t not help. I am kind of just wonder where I need to go from here?
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting your query here.

You have not mentioned about your age and whether there are any other symptoms apart from blood in stools and pain.

From the description given, I think you need further investigations to find out the cause. Sometimes, there could be bleeding ulcer/inflammation of large bowel and continues to bleed.

Please see Gastroenterologist or Gastric Surgeon. They may have to do camera test - Colonoscopy to find out the source of bleeding and likely cause.

Please do revert back to us if you have any further query.

Dr Tejas Shah
Critical Care Specialist
Answered: Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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