Bloody diarrhea?

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Quite embarrassing actually.

About 2 weeks ago I thought I had a tummy bug, keep running to the loo. It lasted about 5 days then went away for abit then about 3/4 days ago came back again, going about 3-6 times a day but this time there's bright red blood mixed with it. I've also been experiencing the worst stomach cramps, some have them have felt like contractions!!

I have got a drs appointment, just wondering if anyone had had this and if they knew what it was.


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    From recent, personal experience........ the colour of the blood shows that it hadn't been in your digestive system for very long. Indicating that it was from the 'bottom end.' I'd guess that it was caused by the physical strain from the prolonged upset which you've suffered.

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    It's not off something I ate.

    embarrassing but - this morning I had what I thought was blood mixed with stool on the loo roll... but I asked my husband to look to make sure.. and he said it wasn't, anyway flushed the toilet and went on with my day, then I went back to the loo later that morning and saw that not all had flushed away and there was blood all around it.. so it was a darker red because I didn't see it at first. (Don't judge me on not checking the toilet before leaving, I was busy don't have time with 2 kids).

    I don't think I have hemorrhoids, I can't see anything but it could be a possibility I suppose.

    I was told I may have IBS, but I get constipation from it, not this.

    Also sorry for being very descriptive..

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