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what you mean by Blood in motions?

Hi, I am 25 years old. And I go to gym daily 5-6 times a week and burn about 600-700 calories on different cardio machines. Will someone have blood motions because of that? because I see it I thought that might be the reason. Can you tell me reasons for blood motions. Its mostly occurring during the end on a tissue.
Wed, 1 Sep 2010
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Gastroenterologist, Surgical 's  Response
no, exercise dont cause bleeding bowels.
if its a frank bleed, it has to be lower g i tract ( most likely distal large bowel and rectal / anal canal).
needs to be evaluated by sigmoidoscopy atleast.
generally people with heavy straineous exercise might have constipation due to sudden loss of water, and not adequate intake of liquids
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what is the cause for blood motions

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small child 9 months old passes blood motion after taking polio dose why/
  Anonymous's Response

Of course not! Exercise cannot be the cause for bleeding! It is some underlying disorder. what are you waiting for dude, Proctologist is your man!

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