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blood coming from my bottom

Hi my name is Leisa, i am 39yrs old. I have had blood coming from my bottom for around 2-3 mth after i do a poo. I thought it may be heamoroids as i have had them once before. Recently the blood has become heavier and its smelly when i go aswel (more than usual) I also have noticed like a mucas or something around the poo at times. I have heaps of wind but no pain. I have not seen a doctor as i avoid going from some past bad experiences. Can you help? Thankyou Leisa
Asked On : Fri, 14 May 2010
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Hi well come to HCM.
Since you are having mucus and blood both there are all the chances of you being
suffering from ulcerative colitis and could be confirmed by colono scopy, May be
dysentry even which can give similar picture but is usually associated with lt sided
lower abdominal pain and colick and fever at times. Get done your stool test, and
must consult your doctor as early as possible because chronic blood loss will lead to
severe anemia like complication. Thanks

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