Stomach Discomfort, Diarrhea With Blood?
I want to ask, I’ve had 5 days of diarrhea and my stomach feels bad. At first my stools were diluted with vulnerability 1x a day. Do I have a bowel problem? I consume molagit + omeprazole several times still. Then I tried using cold medicine because I often caught a cold, my stomach was getting better. But still the fat chapter and feces that come out like there is blood + mucus. Tks
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There is a history of abdominal discomfort and loose stools or diarrhea that you have felt since 5 days ago, and now your bowel movements have blood and mucus, then this shows that digestive disorders that you feel are long enough and have not experienced optimal recovery. If digestive disorders or diarrhea lasts for days, then your physical condition or stamina will decrease, because more body fluids will be lost, eating uncomfortable, decreased appetite, absorption of nutrients that are not optimal; so all of this will bother you more.
The presence of diarrhea or diarrhea complaints, can also be accompanied by complaints that are uncomfortable for you, whether one or several complaints you can feel together. Some of these accompanying complaints can be in the form of, abdominal pain, nausea, cold sweat, headaches, weight loss, or fever. If bleeding and mucus appear, usually a lump can be found in the anal area. Patients with prolonged diarrhea, can cause complications of hemorrhoids, so if hemorrhoids rupture, can cause blood to come out of your rectal area.
However, whether the complaint you feel is a cold or due to inflammatory digestion, this requires a direct examination by your doctor. Because without a direct physical examination, the cause of this complaint cannot be ascertained.
However, in general, with all the information and complaints you feel, this condition might be caused by gastrointestinal inflammation, one of which can be triggered by gastrointestinal infections and also injury to the lower gastrointestinal tract or the presence of hemorrhoids in your rectal area. Patients with gastrointestinal infections, can feel complaints as you feel, one of them stomach upset and diarrhea. Diarrhea can vary in number, can range once a day to several times a day with the consistency of liquid stool.
Even if you have already taken the medicine you are presenting, but it has not yet improved, it is necessary for you to stop this independent treatment and continue the examination directly to your doctor. At the same time, you still have to maintain a balance of your fluid and energy needs. You should have seen your doctor if after two days since the beginning of illness, the complaint is still persistent. If you wait until more than two days, then the risk of other complications can aggravate your complaint, such as vomiting, weakness, hemorrhoids, bleeding, to anemia and dehydration. Therefore, immediately visit your doctor, the doctor will conduct a physical examination and plan a supportive examination if needed. Thus, the doctor can determine whether the complaint is caused by a infection infection, or other medical conditions, such as food allergies, liver disorders, digestive enzyme disorders, stomach disorders or food intolerance that you consume.
The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors in providing care and treatment. If necessary, your doctor can plan treatment at the hospital for fluid recovery and your general condition. So that it can prevent dehydration or prevent complaints of stomach pain that are bothering you. It is expected that after consulting a doctor, in the next 2-3 days, your condition will get better.
During the treatment and handling, some of the conditions below you also need to try, such as:
Enough water Enough energy needs or eat as optimal as possible. If you are nauseous or vomiting, eat small amounts but with more frequent frequency Avoid spicy foods, instant foods in kemasana, foods with strong seasonings, oily foods, or coffee and bottled drinks If your satamina has not recovered, then be careful to one day or a few days of your busy life every day, this is to help you recover your stamina Avoid pushing and avoid standing or walking for too long, to prevent bleeding from getting heavier Thus the info we can convey.