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Symptons help

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 17, 2007
  • 08:44 PM

I'm not sure what i have but these are the symptons. Not sure if age makes a difference but I am 26.

I'm experiencing bloody stools.

On my TP some days there is just a little bit of blood but others there is a fair amount.

The blood only occurs when i pass stools and there is minor discomfort

My anus doesnt bleed any other time nor is there any pain when i sit down.

Any suggestions of whats going on?

Other things to note is, I don't have a rich vegtable diet, infact I rarely eat them and I for sure don't drink 8-10 glasses of water a day. I probably do 2 at max.

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  • I just went to the Dr. with these same conditions. Take stool softeners everyday cause you are passing hard stools and its causing you to tear. Also eat Raisin Bran every morning and eat at least 1 fruit and veggie a day. I have been doing this since tuesday and noticed a big difference! Also you can apply vaseline to your rear to help heal the tear
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 28, 2007
    • 09:32 PM
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  • It could be internal hemorrhoids.
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  • Do you ever feel like you have to just have a bowel movement suddenly, but when you go it feels like you're pooping and there's just blood in the toilet? This happens to me and I thought for sure my doctor will want to get to the bottom of this, but she seems to think it's just a little or just when wipe. It's not. In fact when i wipe there' oly a little blood just from the blood passing thru and never any sign of waste. It's enuff blood to tint the water red and have a cereal bowl full of thick blood settled at the bottom of the toilet. Does anyone know what this could be?
    nosmartyr 40 Replies Flag this Response
  • I had internal, severely bleeding haemorrhoids. A year ago I came within a day of the dreaded haemorrhoidectomy, and that in our callous South African public healthcare system. Towards the end I'd start bleeding from a sneeze, or from nothing, and difficult to stop again. Don't let yours go that far.The complete cure was to stop eating all (all) red meat, chicken and bread, and for a time to use sterile (long life) milk only. Also no tea or coffee, and no heated oil, only extra virgin olive oil. Fish was okay. We also have a chocolate ice cream here that definitely causes it, I've had over a year to experiment. Any local Nestle product almost kills me, in many ways, but grand Lindt from Europe does no harm. I'm now convinced bleeding haemorrhoids are caused by what we eat - probably by additives. Some say an immune system reaction is involved. God bless the homoeopath who told me.So, try a diet of cooked veggies, especially cooked real potato and butternut (pumpkin) flavoured with olive oil. Always avoid rough fibre, only take gentle Oats Bran (cooked). The use of bran is to retain water, not to cut and scratch you. When a severe bleed has happened, take only a fluid diet: Overcook baby marrows and cabbage in water, then save the water and discard the rest. Flavour with Trocomare salt, if needed. This brew can be kept in the fridge for a day. It is very nutritious. Grape juice is okay, but nothing carbonated.Every morning take Vitamin-C 1000 mg (slow release only). Plan to have a bowel movement at least every second day. On the evening before, take another Vitamin-C 1000 mg (slow release only) if needed. This is the gentle cure for constipation, just take more until you are regular. Remember flax seed oil (Omega 3,6,9) and extra salmon oil (Omega 3) in caps each day, to help cure wounds. I've been very constipated at times, since bleeding stopped, but never again bleeding from constipation. When I eat wrong however, within a day it's back. I can now bleed at will, through diet.
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