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Pain in abdomen and testicles, frequent bowel movements, blood in stool, anus burning

For the last two days I ve been having pain in the lower abdomen and testicles, accompanied by very frequent bowel movements, sometimes I m only out of the bathroom for 10 minutes or less. After wiping there s what seems to be clear liquid on the paper, and a bit of blood in the water. There s also a burning feeling in the anus after many bowel movements close together
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
Most probably you are suffering from gastro entritis that is infection of the stomach and intestine.Take plenty of ORS that is oral rehydration therapy,juoce and water.Condult a physician who may examine you and may prescribe ouy antibiotics.You may also need stool examination to determine the causative organism responsible for infection of gut
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Answered: Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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