Diarrhea Accompanied By Blood Flowing?
Haloo good morning, I’m a 22-year-old teenager. Yesterday morning waking up the body feels like catching a cold, bloated stomach a bit nausea and diarrhea. 2x BAB like normal diarrhea but the 3,4,5 is accompanied by bright red blood. Information please
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Bloated stomach, nausea, and bright bloody diarrhea can be a sign of dysentery. Dysentery itself is one type of infection in the digestive tract. This condition can be divided into 2, namely:
Basilic dysentery, caused by bacterial infection Shigella Amoebic dysentery, caused by parasitic infections Entamoeba histolytica --- more common in Indonesia Not only complaints that you feel, dysentery patients can also experience fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, even dehydration due to losing too much fluid. Transmission of dysentery usually occurs due to poor hygiene, such as if you are lazy to wash your hands or also often come in contact with objects contaminated with bacteria or parasites that cause dysentery.
In addition to dysentery, your complaints may also arise from other causes, such as hemorrhoids, anal fissures, colorectal cancer, anal cancer, gastroenteritis, cholera, colitis, Crohn's disease, typhoid fever, gastric ulcer, and so on. You should check yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Usually, to determine the right diagnosis, the doctor will direct you to undergo a complete laboratory examination (including stool tests), ultrasound, endoscopy, x-rays, or some other supporting tests. If it is true that dysentery is causing your complaint, the condition can generally be improved by administering several types of drugs, including antibiotics (if the suspected cause is bacterial) or anti-parasitic (if the suspected cause is parasitic).
Meanwhile, in order to improve complaints, it is also recommended that you take the following steps:
Wash your hands diligently, use antiseptic soap and clean water Take a break from excessive activities, including permission (if necessary) of your work until complaints improve. Make sure you do not get used to eating snacks carelessly Eat only processed foods that are clean and cooked Clean the bathroom and your toilet periodically, try not to exchange with others. Drink more. Do not carelessly consume medicine. Compress with bloated stomach and nausea with warm water. Hope it helps.