Going back to Dr.After bleeding from 1 rowassa

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redbull
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Date Joined Mar 2008
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   Posted 3/20/2009 6:53 PM (GMT -6)   
Well after using one rowassa enema I started bleeding alot during bm evenn just sitting on toilet and farting it just drip,drip,drip.I waited a week thinking it will stop but it hasn't so called the DR today and go see him Monday to find out whats going on I think I hit a hemroid or something or scrtched the inside of colon because I was't bleeding before the enema I'm on preds so I was feeling better along with ny other meds.hope it's not worse news.

LEM617
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   Posted 3/20/2009 10:23 PM (GMT -6)   
So sorry about your problem, hopefully the Dr will have a good answer for you. In the meantime, remember to take something to keep you iron levels up. If you are losing blood more and more you will feel very very weak and may end up requiring a transfusion. Remeber to keep up your diet, as much as you may not feel like eating. Be as positive as you can be, you are going to se the Dr so that is the right move, good luck!

redbull
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   Posted 3/21/2009 12:16 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks for writing,LEM617 if you have any ideas as for diet i'd sure like to know everybody says u can eat anything I want your gut will let me know if it bothers me.years ago u heard stay away from spicy foods ,& this ,this and this.as long as I am on Prednisone I don't have problems with diet I eat anything I want.But I cant get off Pred I get down to 5 mg and start problems all over again.So I think diet is a big factor but I don't know whats good to eat. It's very hard to stay away from the geasy fattning foods ,like cheeseburgers / w bacon. Heard any kind of pork is bad.
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