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Having back injury, frequent bowel movement, bleeding in stool and urine

42 year old male with a back injuryfor 2 years now. for the past month i have had bleeding in my urine n my stool .when i go in the morning its always runny n have to go 4/5 times before i stop comes out ribbion like at times
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

If you are experiencing blood in your stool and urine for over a month, it would be best for you to consider visiting your doctor for an assessment.

Your doctor would need to examine your abdomen and suggest tests such as a complete blood count, stool and urine analysis at the lab, imaging tests to look at the bladder/kidneys/ureter/urethra and also likely request tests look at the colon.

The fact that you are having frequent stools may indicate that there is colitis or inflammation of the colon which can be due to different causes.

I hope this helps
Answered: Thu, 20 Mar 2014
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