If you see Blood in your Poop, Consult a Doctor Immediately ! Here is Why ?

Almost every time blood in the stool has something to point out. It depends is after an excretion or from a medical test ordered by your doctor. Sometimes it may indicate serious issue. That’s why it should be checked thoroughly. This is what you need to know about the possible diagnosis of blood smeared fecal matter and what is required by you and your doctor if a problem is discovered.

If there are blood in the stool that means that has bleeding somewhere in the gut lining. The quantity of blood could be invisible with bare eye, and only you can know about just through medical fecal tests, but on the other hand it could be so noticeable that you can actually see it, on the toilet paper or in the toilet bowl.   Bleeding that occurs in the upper areas of the digestive lining may make stool appear dark and tarry.

A person having blood in the excreta may be unaware of bleeding and might not have experienced any symptoms. They may also have a stomach ache, vomiting, muscle weakness, breathing difficulty, diarrhea, heart fluttering, unconsciousness, and weight reduction varying on the cause, location, duration, and acuteness of the bleeding.

The causes for rectal bleeding:

Rectal bleeding can be caused by:

  • Hemorrhoids
  • Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Ulcers
  • Colon cancer

Sometimes the bleeding can be caused by serious disease like colorectal cancer. Medical checkup that should be done like colonoscopy to point out the actual cause of the bleeding, and men and women should go for examination.

Treatments for simple solutions:

This includes consuming a fiber rich diet to alleviate constipation that can cause and worsen anal fissures, and hemorrhoids and having a warm bath to soothe fissures.

Aloe Vera Juice

Aloe Vera is very helpful in treating intestinal bleeding. It helps in healing open wounds and inflammation and in the same time increases the tissue suppleness and provides antiviral qualities.

The juice must be transparent and taste like distilled water (not bitter). It should be free of any additives or preservatives (such as carrageenan), and the laxative component aloin must be removed. Drinking up to 1/4 cup 2 to 3 times a day on an empty stomach is recommended.

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a potent antioxidant that reduces free radical damage and increases tissue repair and regeneration. The recommended dose is 30 to 60 mg per day. Absorption is hugely increased if taken with a cold-pressed oil containing omega-3 essential fatty acids.

Omega 3s

Consuming products rich in omega 3s like Fish oil supplements, cold-pressed flax seed oil, and hemp seed oil all contain omega-3 essential fatty acids – anti-inflammatories that have been very useful in treating inflammatory bowel disorders.

Highly recommend is Udo’s oil (along with vitamin E, evening primrose oil, and other beneficial cold-pressed oils)

At least 1 tablespoon (4 to 6 capsules) of essential fatty acids in either fish oil or flax oil form is recommended each and every day. Up to 8 tablespoons of Udo’s or flax oil or 18 capsules of fish oil daily (6 capsules, 3times per day with food) is to be taken as tolerated. Extra oils need not be taken if on the IBD Remission Diet, as you’ll already be adding Udo’s oil or flax oil to your shakes.

Change your diet: You should thus ensure that your diet is rich in fiber and consume plenty of fresh green vegetables, fruits, and fruit juices. Avoid processes flour, opting instead for whole wheat flour. Drinking a glass of water first thing every morning is helpful in clearing the system regularly.

Try natural remedies:

Dry ginger powder and dry senna leaves powder and put 5 gm of this mix in a glass of lukewarm water and drink this before sleeping. For external hemorrhoids, you should drink a glass of buttermilk with some salt and black pepper powder daily till the problem is cured.

Eat 1½ tsp of sesame seeds with some butter, or apply a poultice prepared with sesame seeds on this affected region. It is important to have a regular bowel movement, so try and set a routine and never suppress nature’s call.

What you should avoid: tea, coffee, alcohol and tobacco in any form.

Source: EVERYTHING for Your Health

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