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Blood in the stool, pain in the abdomen. History of anal fissures. Suggestions?

I woke up this morning with a very sharp pain in my left abdomen region, it s been going on for a few days now. This time I woke up and had a stool with blood in it. I have had fissures before, but never the pain associated with the bowel movement . The blood was brighter than usual and actually mixed in the stool rather than being on top of it. The pain is still there.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM,

Pain in the abdomen could be due to many causes like colitis, UTI, Renal stone, or could be non specific .

You can take anti spasmodics and see if your symptoms could be relived or no.

If the symptoms doesn't improve you can consult doctor for detailed evaluation.

As blood per rectum is bright red it could be due to piles only.

Answered: Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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