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Getting blood in the motion & having fever with 102..

My brother is getting blood in the motion and he is suffering from fever from last 3 days with 102-103. He has consulted the doctor day before yesterday and was taken some tests like : 1. Goggling the water in the mouth and spitting - After spitting doctors expression was Oh god ! 2. Blood test was performed and was told by doctor they couldnt find anything wrong in the blood. Doctor has told to come today to take PET,CT,MRI tests. My brother has taken those tests and the doctor has called him few hours back and told him to consult tomorrow immediately. One more symptom my brother has observered yesterday and today is he is getting blood in the motion. What could be the problem here? could anyone please help us...FIngers crossed.
Asked On : Sun, 9 May 2010
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It is a hypothetical question, like what could be detected. It could be a hemorrhoid, a simple strain while passing stools, constipation, or even as serious like a cancer. Hence it is not possible to give you a precise answer.

Answered: Thu, 20 May 2010
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