Three days ago, I stayed up all night and was under great pressure. Then I pulled it twice that night and in the morning. At noon, I went to the toilet and found that after pulling, I was dripping blood. The next day there was no blood in the stool, but the abdomen began to feel uncomfortable. My stomach hurts a little. I want to see a doctor. What should I pay attention to. I don't usually see a doctor by myself.
This situation should be due to gastrointestinal dysfunction caused by staying up late, or acute gastroenteritis caused by eating unclean food. You need to pay attention to rest more, eat light and digestible food, drink more porridge and warm boiled water, and then take oral Pipemidic Acid or berberine hydrochloride for treatment.
The current situation may be unsanitary diet, acute enteritis caused by improper diet, diarrhea sooner or later, or hemorrhoids caused by constipation. Hemorrhoids drip blood after defecation. It is best to check the stool routine in the Department of Gastroenterology to find out the reasons for better treatment.
Young male patients have recurrent abdominal pain with bloody stool recently. Considering the possibility of intestinal problems or hemorrhoids, it is recommended that you go to the emergency department or general surgery department of the hospital for detailed physical examination, abdominal CT examination, comprehensive analysis, evaluation of the condition, clear diagnosis and improvement of enteroscopy if necessary.