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Why Do I Have Blood In My Stool?

Should I worry if there’s blood in my stool?

The presence of blood in your stool does not typically appear unless you have a fairly severe inflammatory bowel condition.

These conditions would be ulcerative colitis or crohn’s. What it means is that your stomach acids have eaten a hole in your intestines and penetrated deep enough to erode a blood vessel causing blood to leak into your stool.

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4 Frequently Asked Questions about IBD

These are some of the questions my clients ask me about inflammatory bowel conditions.

Q. Do NSAIDS cause IBS?

A. Not directly. While they are acidic and they can upset the stomach they do not cause any of the inflammatory bowel conditions. They can only aggravate a pre-existing problem that was present from a prior use of antibiotics.

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Why Your Doctor Can’t Fix Your Inflammatory Bowel Condition

A question I frequently get from my clients is ‘why can’t my doctor fix my inflammatory bowel disease?’

Of course by IBD they are referring to the various different names IBD goes by- IBS- colitis -UC and crohn’s.

The only answer that matters is that they think they are diseases. 

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