The Cause Of Fever Is Accompanied By Flatulence And Bloody Bowel Movements?
So, I have frequent bowel movements, fever, flatulence, and my stools are slimy and bleeding. I wonder what the disease, doctor? thanks.
Hello Deasy, thank you for asking.
You should complete the information in the form, how long have you experienced these symptoms. Is this a recurring condition or is this a new condition for you to experience once? Changes in the frequency of bowel movements, accompanied by mucus and blood in the stool, most likely indicate an infection process. Infection can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites (such as amoebas). Fever conditions also indicate the possibility of infection. Stool blood can come from the upper or lower gastrointestinal tract. If bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract, the blood in the stool will turn black. While bleeding below the digestive system, the blood will turn red.
In addition, there are also possibilities for conditions other than infection. Some possible causes of your symptoms are:
Intestinal infections by microorganisms, such as amoebic dysentery.
Irritable bowel disease (symptoms generally recur at a certain time).
You should consult with a doctor about this. The doctor may need to do a stool analysis, take x-rays, ultrasound, and analyze blood samples. Therapy and actions will be adjusted to the doctor's findings. You can eat a regular drink, make sure your food does not contain too much fat, drink 2 L water per day. Avoid taking drugs carelessly without doctor's advice.
Hopefully this answer is helpful. Regards.