My nephew's grandfather was recently admitted to the hospital after numerous fainting spells. He's shown signs of abnormal bleeding, and has had severe diarrhea. At the hospital, he was shown to be bleeding internally - and has actually lost half of his blood. They're unable to find a cause for the bleeding, and for reasons I'd rather not explain at this time, we suspect that a relative may be poisoning him. Are we way off base? Does anyone know if poisoning of any kind would cause these symptoms?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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