Thick Blood Comes Out During Bowel Movements.?
I want to ask … if I defecate blood comes out with the same clot of thick blood what do I do …
How long have you experienced this? Are there other symptoms that accompany? Blood loss during bowel movements can be caused by bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract and lower gastrointestinal tract. Bleeding from the upper gastrointestinal tract, generally dark red black. Blood can be liquid or clotted. Bleeding from the lower gastrointestinal tract, generally fresh red and liquid.
Some possibilities that can cause bleeding during bowel movements, for example:
Gastric ulcer. A deep and wide ulcer can cause bleeding.
Rupture of esophageal varices.
Colon infections due to bacteria, viruses, or parasites.
Irritable bowel syndrome.
Generally, if bleeding is caused by upper gastrointestinal disturbances, it will be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, pricking pain or burning sensation in uluhati, bloating, and easily full. If the bleeding is caused by infection or irritation of the lower gastrointestinal tract, diarrhea or constipation can be accompanied, changes in the consistency of faeces, fever, cramps or lower abdominal pain. If the bleeding is caused by hemorrhoids, then generally people will feel a lump in the anus. Lumps can disappear and arise, or arise but cannot enter again. Hemorrhoids easily occur in people with irregular bowel movements and hard stools.
You can try to drink more water at least 2 L per day. Expand to eat vegetables and fruit. Try BAB does not push too hard. Squatting position is better in helping the normal process of defecating.
If the symptoms do not go away, consult a doctor immediately. Your doctor may do a digital rectal exam, check a blood sample to assess the presence or absence of anemia, take an X-ray or MRI, and if you feel the need, your doctor may do an endoscope or a colonoscopy.
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