10 Causes of Blood in Stool (Pooping Blood)

Causes of Blood in Stool (Pooping Blood)
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When to Call a Doctor?

Rectal bleeding is usually a mild situation but if you’re experiencing a more severe condition like rectal prolapse, you are in an emergency situation. There’s a high probability that the involved tissue becomes strangled and begins to lose adequate circulation. When the tissue loses circulation, it becomes necrotic and die. This is considered a serious medical matter that requires surgery to make it right.

Seek for immediate medical help when encountered the following symptoms: heavy bleeding, fever, or intolerable pain. If none of these indicators are present but still makes you worried, you may set a consultation schedule with your doctor.

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About the Author:

Melissa Gomez, RN, MSN is a board certified nurse and has been a contributing writer for the past five years. Ms. Gomez has a special focus on platelet-related illness prevention and health promotion.

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