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Uncomfortable to chew and swallow, gums swollen. Found blood in poo and tissues in urine. Suggestion.

Yes, I have a few not sure whats wrong. I have a few problems going on. My gums are swollen, I haver crater type holes on my tonsils, uncomfortable to chew and swallow anything. I keep having to go to the bathroom too, urinating and making BMs. I looked. When I urinate there seems to be bits of tissue coming out of me while I pee and blood when I poo. Im a bit scared......i was hopeing you might be able to help.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Hi,Thanks for query,
You have got multiple problems from different organs of the body.
You might have Gingivitis with chronic tonsillitis.
It seems that you might have urinary infection and possibility of having bleeding piles.
Go for urine and stool test.
Consult your doctor and go for oral examination for gums and throat.
After examination and reports got ofr treatment accordingly.
Ok and bye.

Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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