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weird! can someone help?

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  • Posted By: randomgirl
  • July 21, 2009
  • 01:27 AM

okay so last year i started having stomach pain it didn't really hurt that bad and after i started get bumps and pimple like thing on my upper thigh right under my but. my docter said it was just an ingrown hair and not to worry. i put some antibiotics and it went away but then i kept getting. more then when i went to use the bathroom there stated being these weird mucus like balls the size of nickles or something in my stool. then i started having mucus. and atleast a couple of times there were red spots on my stool. i wasn't sure if it was blood. then i started having these weird black seeds show up and now sometimes my wow stool will be filled with weird sesame like seeds and red spots and sometimes black. i don't eats sesame seeds or any because i'm allgergic and i'm not taking any sort of medication. also alot of the time my joints hurt. idk whats wrong i looked it up and it keeps saying ulcerative colitis and crohn's could be the issue but. idk. i told my mom but she doesn't belive me. and my cousin was just diagnosed with crohn's disease. someone please help.

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  • Yes this really sounds like crohn's and it can run in families (you said your cousin was just diagnosed) make an appointment to see a gastro Dr., maybe hers if you live in the same area.
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