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24 yr old female...abdominal pain started yesturday at 3, with massive diarhea and vomitting (I think the vomitting is just from the pain)..then the pain kept coming back evey 15 mins, with only mucusy blood coming out, no poop at all.. everytme i eat or drink something ( even water) it comes back again..the doc says its a fisher or something like that..but Idk..I feels its much worse than just a tear, why would that cause pain in my abdomin?? Has anyone gotten a diagnose for this??
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replied April 14th, 2011
Hello and thank you for your post on e health forum.

Blood, mucus in the stool and severe crampy abdominal pain, associated with nausea, are some symptoms that indicate conditions like ulcerative colitis , Crohns disease, Dysentery, hemorrhoids, Ano-rectal tears, etc.

You might consult a gastroenterologist who might get tests including stool analysis, Barium studies, CT scans and a lower GI endoscopy to know the exact cause of your symptoms and initiate proper interventions.

I hope this helps.



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