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Hypothyroid, blood in stool, constipation

Hi Dr, i have hypothyroid disease from past 3months im using the Thriod medication , sometimes rarely i got litlle blood along with motion,this is happened before 1 year, i thought just mybody get heat thatswhy,i use to take coconut water,then problem get decreased after a fewdays, i dont have any stomache pains, gas problems. i drink less water, one of the reason i foundthat, daily morning i didnot get proper free motion, so i use to go sometimes 3-4times a bit of motion a day, so thats mayb the problem ,manytimes goingto motion, causing the rupture of that part, one of my doctor said. what should i do for get out of this problem? which type of foods i should it?
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. Hypothyroidism has nothing to do with the problem of bleeding through anus. it is of 3types. blood coming with mucous
Answered: Sun, 20 May 2012
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