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Blood in stools, on decapeptyl of endometriosis. Had suffered severe constipation earlier. What is the cause?

Hi I am 25 years old, 10 stone and height 5ft 7 and I am on decapeptyl as a preventative measure for endometriosis . I have had 4 injections monthly so far and last week I experienced severe constipation , I visited my doctor and I am now able to go to the toilet with out any problems however in the last few days I have been bleeding from my stool. What is the problem likely to be?
Asked On : Thu, 10 May 2012
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THIS MAY be anal fissure or piles which cause blleding.
correct your constipation with driking lot of water.
severe pain and persistent constipation need laxative.
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