Stools - bloody; Hematochezia; Melena; Stools - black or tarry
Call your doctor immediately if you notice blood or changes in the color of your stool. Even if you think that hemorrhoids are causing the blood in your stool, your doctor should examine you to make sure that there is no other, more serious cause present.
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