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is it really possible to have bloody stool from semen?

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  • Posted By: ConfusedandConcerned
  • September 25, 2008
  • 03:35 AM

well, me and my bf have been together for 2 years now and i been having bloody poo for a little more than a year now. i went to the hospital after a year with bloody poo and they tested me for hemmroids and all but didnt find anything wrong with me..well i started realizing that my poo was only bloody after swallowing semen which i thought was weird and its not like my bf is over every day maybe once or twice a week..i stopped givin my bf head about 3 months ago and the blood went away and then i decided to test it a month later and there was blood again we have never had any sort of sex im sort of confused....also had a previus bf about 4 years ago and didnt have any problem at all...im 19 any ideas?:(:confused:

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  • It is really unlikely that the semen causes bloody stools. Is there anything else that is different, when you see your boyfriend? Do you eat or drink something that you do not normally have ? Do you do any kind of drugs ? Are you on any medication ?
    Mountain Goat 13 Replies
    • October 30, 2008
    • 04:33 PM
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  • i dont do any drugs and im not on any medications..and im pretty sure i eat and drink the same things around him...he has acid reflux disease and smokes cigarettes..but i dont know what else could be the problem..
    ConfusedandConcerned 1 Replies
    • November 3, 2008
    • 05:25 PM
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