Features bleeding – a method of determining the cause

Bright red blood veins located in the last part of the stool is the result of a crack or tear in the skin of the anus. In children, frequent constipation, hard stool scraping anus. The causes can hide the damage caused during insertion of the thermometer or as a result of scratching holes with their fingers. In such situations, the child may complain of pain in the process of bowel movements.

A small amount of blood is bright red with a high probability points to a dairy Allergy. Spotting often in this case accompanied by pains in the stomach, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Blood mucous the consistency of the dark colors a newborn baby can be the result of ingestion of maternal blood. This often occurs during childbirth or breastfeeding.

Bloody watery stools, bloating, painful and weakened form of the baby indicates inflammation of the thick and thin intestines. Similar symptoms manifested by ulceration and inflammation of the stomach.

Parasites and bacteria can lead to infection of the intestinal tract or stomach that is accompanied by bleeding, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain and fever.

If the small amount of blood, pain in the stomach are absent, and the stool have a liquid consistency, doctors look at the probability of the formation of polyps in the intestine.

Bowel obstruction as the cause of blood in the stool

With the penetration of one intestinal loop to another there is a bowel obstruction. In a situation when the condition lasts for a long time, the chair takes on the consistency and color of thick currant jelly. Obstruction is accompanied by pain in the lower abdomen. The pain may be permanent or temporary, to disappear for a time and return a sharp attack. This disease is in most cases affected children under two years of age.

About meckelian the diverticulum and Crohn's disease

A large amount of blood appears when macklemore development of the diverticulum. For the disease characterized by the protrusion and inflammation of the walls of the small intestine. To recognize the illness the baby is extremely difficult, as pain may be absent.

In Crohn's disease inflammation can affect any gastrointestinal tract, most commonly affected are the lower part of the small intestine and rectum. The appearance of blood in the stool accompanied by fever, diarrhea, bloating, weight loss and even joint pain.