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Fever, stomach pain on passing bowels. Drinking powerade, red coloured stools. Treatment options?

okay i m kinda scared! ever since friday i have had a temperature of 100-103 and it went away last night. but yesterday my poop was shredded tan. my stomache hurts when i have to go to the bathroom. i have been drinking powerade and that turned my poop red. i am sure because it wasn t red until i started drinking it. whenever i eag anything my stomache hurts. please hellpp!!!
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hi kroumimper ! Don't want to scared you but stop taking energy drink better take lemon tea, juice, fruit , curd, glucose drink. Now about stool ! Are you sure it is blood, not any red vegetable that you eat. You are saying when ever you eat, after some time your stomach hurt. It can be stomach ulcer. We are not sure. Now what to do! take omaprazole once daily before meal. if stomach hurt take dicyclomine tab. Stop eating to cold food, spice, too hot food. If fever take paracetamol tab, burning sensation in urine take doxycycline tab, after doing every thing still hurts need a visit to doctor for checkups. So take care get well soon. Bye.
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