Upper GI Bleed

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1665   5 years ago
samer176 | 9 subscribers
1665   5 years ago
This could be caused by an infection, food poisoning, parasites, Crohn's disease, or reduced blood flow in the colon. Hemorrhoids are another common cause of GI or rectal bleeding. A hemorrhoid is an enlarged vein in your rectum or anus. These enlarged veins can rupture and bleed, causing rectal bleeding.
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