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Functional ovarian cyst. Blood in stool. Help

I went to the er for blood in stool right after I started Depo Provera. That day they told me I had Functional Ovarian cyts. Every time my stomach cramps, I go to the bathroom theres blood, every time theres blood I bleed. I dont know what it could be caused from. Its been happening for a month nobody can give me answers, and Im only 18.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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I can understand your state of mind and the confusion.
Blood in stool with depo proverb is very rare.
Also u have other gastrointestinal symptoms like stomach cramps before passing stool.u might be having conditions like haemorrhoids or some inflammatory conditions of Howe.
U plz consult a gastroentrologists.
U might need biopsy as u are loosing a lot of amount of blood.
Get treated appropriately.
Feel free to ask queries further.byeee.
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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