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Done gall bladder surgery. Blood in stool, runny stool. Stomach cramps after meals. Help

i had gull bladder surgery a while back and i noticed blood in my stool but theres no stool its just runny blood wth like piecses of meat and now i run to the restroom after everything i eat! But its gas with foamy bright red diarrhea? iam starting to panic this has been going on fir to long.and right after i eat my stimach starts cramoing rally bad. Help please:/
Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Hello! One thinh is not clear whether it is stool mixed with blood as you mentioned bloody diarrhoea or stool is seperated from blood as you mentioned that manytimes it is onl blood with clots(Piece of meat). Whatever it may be visist a Gastroenterologist, tell him clearely what it is and he may ask you to undergo sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy to diagnose the source of bleed. I hope this will help you. keep in touch
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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