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Dark stool, diarrhea, abscess in the anus. What is it?

i have an absess next to my but hole this is my fourth on i have had all of them drained i have had dark stool diarrhea for about three weeks 5 times a day with red stuff in it today my absess stoped hurting and im pupping out white stuff looks like pus and some blood no poop is coming out toilet paper looks like snot and blood i think the absess burst inside me and im pooping it out please help thanks
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Its pretty serious , and requires urgent surgeon referral, u should contact a gastro surgeon now . In the meantime you should take Tab ZANOCIN 200 mg twiice daily , metronidazole 400 mg thrice daily , [plenty of fluid , take sitz bath three times daily and after every defecation. You will reuire surgery for the fistula in ano as it seems from your data , which has got infection and a a raw area in your rectum which is bleeding too. Do NOt Delay .
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