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Frequent headaches with sharp pains that subsides within minutes, joint pains, sudden bruising, blood in stools, excessive tiredness. Cause?

ok so im 18, and ive been having these headaches . i never used to have them until last year. um they last about a few seconds or minutes and then they just come and go.when they come its a really sharp pain and i cant stand it. i have them usually all day everyday. another thing is that my back has been hurting for a while and i have really bad joint pains. ive recently noticed that i have these mysterious bruises on my body and i dont know where they come from. another thing is that ive had some cases of going to the bathroom with diarrhea and ive had blood in my stool . but the blood isnt there all the time. the last thing ive noticed is that im beyond tired for my age. even if i have a good nights rest or over sleep im still very very tired. whats happening to me???
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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I am sorry sorry for the symptoms you are suffering
You should absolutely contact you doctor because you need to do blood test to exlude anemia or any hematologic disorder.
Than if they came normal you need exploration with some more test to find of there is any correlation between your symptoms.
You don't have to worry too much but test needs to be done
Best regards
Answered: Fri, 13 Jun 2014
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