Stool blood

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For the past 2 weeks I've been noticing small drops of blood with stool in the toilet. I went to the doctor today and she asked me if I have any kind of pain in the abdominal area, I haven't experienced any kind of pain actually, just a faint feel of stomach discomfort. What actually got me in a discomfort with her is that she didn't know I could understand English and she said to the traslator that she doesn't know why am I having a stool blood if I have no abdominal pain or fever, which is kind of hilarious for a doctor to say that. Anyway she wrote me some prebiotics and we left.

Why Do I have a stool blood? And what should I do now considering the doctor couldn't help me. It's actually scary

P.S. I don't know if this is helpful or not and it's kinda embarrassing but I've noticed that ever since I started noticing the blood, fart started to smell really stinky, kinda a strange smell I am not used to.

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    Why not try to see another's so obvious that she doesn't know what's she's doing. You need to know what it was as soon as possible.

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    You will need to see another doctor and ask to be checked for anal fissures or haemorrhoids.  Also have a fecal calprotectin test which checks for inflammation markers which could indicate Inflammatory Bowel Disease which can cause bleeding.  Ask for an endoscopy and colonoscopy.
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    @fhame39790 and @philippa61759 thx a lot for replaying to me.

    Is there anyway that this is happening due to a specific type of food?? 

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