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Stomach pain, blood in stool, nausea, constipation

I have crapping pain in the front and front left of my stomach and medium red clumps of blood in my stool . At around 3:00am this morning after I ate two pop tarts and a 20oz bottle of strawberry milk I was in the shower and started to get severe crapping and nausea . I was also constipated. The crapping got so sever and I got light headed, that I had to sit on the shower floor for a few minutes. I did not want to move in fear of falling, so I finally passed my stool. It was medium to dark brown with some light olive coloring and was hard at first, then dark brown diarrhea . I woke up this morning around 10:00am and felt like I was having a bowl movement, but it was bright to medium clumps of blood and mucus . This has happend two more times since then and there was no stool at all.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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Hi,I had gone through your query and understand your concern.

Your symptoms are suggestive of Invasive diarrhoea(Bacillary dysentery) which needs to be treated with antibiotic like ciprofloxacin/pivmecillinam etc for 3 to 5 days.

Since this requires prescribed medicine,so my suggestion is : please meet your local doctor and get a stool R/M/E to confirm the diagnosis.

Hope this helps you.If you have additional questions or follow up queries,please do not hesitate in writing us.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jul 2014
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