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Stomach pain and blood in stool due to polyp. What is the treatment?

I have been pooping blood for a few months and just now I filled the toilet with bright red blood n 2 clots. I have gone to a doctor have had stomach pain for 6 years . When I was pregnant with each of my kids I couldn t keep anything down and they found a pulip. Went to a specialist 2 months ago and he won t do anything for me.but now I m bleeding and occasionally have cramps . Can u help me? Is this serious
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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helo madam hw r u. thanks for query. as per the history given by u ,you r suffering from to diffrent problems 1 stomach pain 2 bleeding. so we have to find out what is the cause of stomach pain, and what is the source of bleeding ,it my be polyp but not confirm.fresh blood in stool indicates for lower intestine it bleeding from polyp not confirm. i have no idea about your blood reports. if your HEAMOGLOBIN LEVELS R LOW then go for proper work up.consult to gynaecologist as soon possible. thanks
Answered: Wed, 6 Feb 2013
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