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female age 18 bright red blood in stools, pain in back, and abdominal cramps. is this urgent? - Asked by L W on 05-Nov-2014 09:14:45

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    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 05-Nov-2014 10:42:04

    Hello This could be bacause of Amoebiasis use the following medications 

    Tab Tinidazole 500mg twice daily for 5 days (antibiotic)

    Tab. Mefthal Spas thrice daily for 3 days ( for cramping pain ) 

    This shpuld help 

     


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