Prolonged Diarrhea Accompanied By Blood Clots?
Hello, so I come from around junior high school every day, diarrhea continues and there is a small black blood clot that I thought was a worm but blood was clear, and the color of the diarrhea changed. turned into little tiny and now it changes again every time I run out of bowel movements, after the stool has come out there is blood dripping, the blood does not clot but the blood is liquid and fresh, Please reply, thank the doctor.
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Colon cancer is a form of growth of malignant tumors in the large intestine area. This cancer can grow anywhere in the patient's large intestine area. Patients with colon cancer, often feel disturbing symptoms, such as:
1. Recurrent diarrhea
2. weight loss
4. anal bleeding
5. CHAPTER at night
To make a diagnosis, the surgeon does not only refer to patient complaints, but evidence of physical examination and supporting examinations are needed to help diagnose, such as stool, blood, radiology, MRI, or endoscopy.
Regarding your question, the presence of diarrhea you experience every day and blood dripping, in addition to the possibility that the symptoms lead to colon cancer, can also be caused by several conditions below, such as:
1. food allergies
2. food intolerance
3. digestive enzyme disorders
4. infection infection
5. stomach upset
7. other diseases of the digestive tract, such as irritable bowel syndrome
Unhealthy eating habits, can also trigger diarrhea complaints, such as spicy eating habits, instant foods, foods with lots of MSG and excess salt, coconut milk, or other types of food that need to be identified its effects on your digestion. Therefore, do an evaluation, idealize body weight, and start doing healthy lifestyles and healthy eating patterns.
Hemorrhoids can also cause complaints that you feel, so hemorrhoids can aggravate complaints of diarrhea and digestive disorders. However, this matter also needs further examination.
Visit your internal medicine doctor or surgeon as described above, so that it helps know your clinical condition and help your recovery.
Thus the info we can convey.