Gastrointestinal bleeding

What is Gastrointestinal bleeding?

It is the bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract which could be either from upper ie.stomach,esophagus or from lower gastrointestinal tract ie. rectum.

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I am taking meds for afib. Can I take endomethacin because of arthritis and gout. Yhank...

doctor1 MD

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it's almost the same...

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Hello,

I suppose you must be taking anticoagulants.
Indomethacin is a similar drug to daypro...

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Low blood pressure anemic male age 83

doctor1 MD

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Following advice

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Hi and thank you for asking!
I read your query very carefully.

Since you are anemic and you have...

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Do I have to go to ER (Emergency) or I can wait for my already previously scheduled appointment with my doctor (for about a week from now) - I have...

doctor1 MD

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The ER is more appropriate

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Hello,

black stool might mean gastrointestinal bleeding (usually from the upper part of...

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