diverticulitis? congealed blood help?

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i had an mri scan done for an UC exmaination back in august but nothing came of it.

since then however i have been festering with parasites as they arent giving me the correct medication so for almost 3 months i have been left with no antibitoic drug whatsoever. 

i am worried this has NOW developed into an ulcer of some kind, if not even UC as it runs in the female side of my family.

i have recently been getting black flakes in stool, and balls of what looks like green mucus. along side the occasional bright red/pink flake. 

today however during a bm I passed a very sharp object in my stool which seems to be like congealed blood?

stool usually very tarry and smelly.


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    Hello Georgie

    I've been a DD suffer for a few years now have some good periods and some dam bad period s

    At the min I having a good one

    With the amount of dark blood your passing

    I would advise you to get yourself down to

    the A&E of your local hospital

    What the hell your GP is doing if I was you

    I would change him ASAP


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      Many years ago I had a perforated stomach ulcer and I was passing coffee coloured runny poo

      I went to the A&E had within 2 hours I was in Theatre

      After the opp the surgeon told me the coffee/chocolate poo meant I was bleeding internal

      This is why I'm saying it sounds in your case there's an internal bleed of

      some sort

      I may be wrong but get it checked out ASAP

      Go to the A&E

      Better safe than sorry


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