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Suffering from bowel syndrome, have blood in stools, bleeding after motions. Normal endoscopy and colonscopy results. Advice?

Hello doctor iam suffering from bowl syndrom. I have gome through endoscopy and colonscopy. Doc said i have weak stomuch and nees to avoid oiky and spicy food. My results are normal and suggested vsl 3, somaspas, ibset and sibofix 400. Since two days iam getting blood in my stool after the stool comes out lastly im getting blood drops. Can u please suggest me what i should do further. Im really eorried about the situation. Please advice. Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
looks like you are suffering from irritable bowel syndrome
do not worry
its a good thing that endoscopies are normal
you probably have sensitive intestines he bleeding that you hav could be a small fissure or piles
dont strain for stools or finger evacuate it may worsen bleeding
try to de-stress yourself, go for regular walks and keep a good follow up with ur doctor a small dose of anxiolytic is likely to help you
hope this answers your query
please do reply in case of any further questions
wish you a speedy recovery

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Cardiologist Dr. Anantharamakrishnan's  Response
Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Normal colonoscopy is reassuring.
Haemorrhoid is the common cause - but it must have been noticed at the time of colonoscopy.
Drops of fresh blood after stool may be from injury to the mucous membrane - fissure / See a surgeon - it can be diagnosed by inspection.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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