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I get blood in stools with constipation, but there is no pain. Please help.


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Dr. Vinodhini J.

Published At June 1, 2020
Reviewed AtNovember 29, 2023

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I am 22 years old and I have a problem of blood in the stool for two days. I do not feel pain and any other symptoms but sometimes constipation exist and my long toilet interval is once every two days (most common). Sometimes rarely on every day or three days interval. Are there any home remedies and is it normal?


Welcome to icliniq.com.

Constipation is very common due to the active lifestyle considering your age and history. The blood in stools can be due to chronic constipation. As it does not pain while you pass stool it confirms constipation.

To prevent constipation you should drink more water, considering summer season 3 to 4 liters should be good.

Include fiber rich food like oats, corn flakes, and fruits like banana, apple, and watermelon. Try having some of these food for dinner. And if you eat nonvegetarian foods make sure you eat an equal amount of green vegetables with it. On an Indian diet, you can have roti instead of white rice. Following this routine would surely improve your constipation.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Raol Karanrajsinh Hardipsinh
Dr. Raol Karanrajsinh Hardipsinh

General Practitioner

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