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Loss of appetite, have diarrhoea, blood in stool, had gallbladder removed. Taking lamictol and concerta

Hello. I am a 19 yr old female. For the past month, I have had little to no appetite , and when I do eat I have diarrhea immediately afterwards. I sometimes notice red blood on my stool and in the water but not always. Some medical history, I have had my gallbladder removed a year ago, and am currently on a few medications: Lamictol, Abilify, Concerta , and Strattera . I have lost approximently twenty pounds in the last month ( though that may possibly from the concerta). I would just like to be able to enjoy a meal without becoming sick afterwards.
Tue, 1 Apr 2014
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
I read carefully all your concerns.
Since you have diarrhea and blood in your stools you need to be evaluated with
blood work
proctologist consult
I strongly suggest to consult your gastroenterologist , you need to be physically exanimated.
all the best
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