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Can polyps cause abdominal bloating?

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  • Posted By: geefer
  • February 13, 2014
  • 11:00 AM

A recent test resulted in an appearance of blood in my stool sample. My doctor seems to think it may only be polyp related. Of course I am thinking of the worst. What I would like to know, can polyps cause abdominal bloating and a change in my stools eg., pebble type and hard?

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  • Take the online candida overgrowth quiz. Your pebbly stools and abdominal bloating may very well be the result of too much candida populating your gut. This will cause all sorts of problems the list is endless but candida is usually the culprit at the root of the problem.. You may have h pylori bacteria overpopulating as well which will cause constipation. Find out asap you will need to take immediate steps to eradicate. Stay away from antibiotics that is how I got candida! It takes a long time to get rid of it and lots of patience. You may have IBS, UC, intestinal infection causing the bloating which are also side problems with candida.
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