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Posted by: Seraffa, Saturday, April 12, 2014, 3:03pm
Guys when this happens (once in a blue moon) I'm assuming it's the weakest part of the body that succumbed to "letting toxins out but capillaries didn't handle it very well." I've seen it happen with MSG and now I've seen in happen with -of all things - olives as avoids. And it only happens at the time of passing, then stops immediately. Nothing major.

Should I be applying some kind of topical ointment to help the capillaries that are  doing this if/when it happens, just as people apply an ointment for haemorrhoids? And what would I apply?

Thanks.
Posted by: Chloe, Saturday, April 12, 2014, 3:16pm; Reply: 1
It could be hemorrhoids, internal or external...

Collinsonia root is helpful. Works for issues related to the venous/capillary system....sinus problems as well.

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2006/03/13/collinsonia-canadensis-or-stoneroot?blog=26

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP009
Posted by: Seraffa, Saturday, April 12, 2014, 5:40pm; Reply: 2
Quoted from Chloe
It could be hemorrhoids, internal or external...

Collinsonia root is helpful. Works for issues related to the venous/capillary system....sinus problems as well.

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2006/03/13/collinsonia-canadensis-or-stoneroot?blog=26

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=NP009


That is QUITE a helpful and serendipitous reference, Chloe!
Because early this morning I woke up with a scratchy, dry cough and things going on in my lungs that were itchy - as if ragweed was afloat as well. All that went away with some hemp intake, but then the unexpected bleeding. I was all related. :) I could have never imagined olives could play a part in veinous irritation! But they do for me. Thank you!
Posted by: santina, Saturday, April 12, 2014, 6:09pm; Reply: 3

hi Seraffa,
i will remind you at this thread...... ::) ::) ::) ::)

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1393599173/

wow, it was a nightmare for me!!pain and blood and fear and.....whatever :'( :'( until PCUK's suggestion (reply #5).
I followed it immediately and just the day after was better, and the day after more better.....after 4 or 5 days finally i could smile again!
at the end of the day i know that i can't eat pumpkin and onions, even though they are both diamonds for me, i mean they should be, but eventually they don't ;D ;D ;D
i wonder if i can eat them again ever in the future but i will try in a month or more, i need to forget all that mess! ;D
be well :)
Posted by: Seraffa, Saturday, April 12, 2014, 10:29pm; Reply: 4
Quoted from santina

hi Seraffa,
i will remind you at this thread...... ::) ::) ::) ::)


Aha! I had overlooked it at the time. This reminds me I had popped sorghum a few days ago. The tiny seeds that didn't pop were as hard as corn kernals. Makes sense according to "grain fiber" PCUK mentioned. Thank you.
Posted by: santina, Sunday, April 13, 2014, 1:39pm; Reply: 5
:) :)
Posted by: san j, Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 4:39pm; Reply: 6
I wouldn't play guessing games about rectal bleeding.

Make sure your primary care doctor knows about this and makes a note of it, even if nothing is done about it right away, especially as it has happened more than once.
Posted by: Jane, Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 5:56pm; Reply: 7
I agree.  It could be a sign of something serious.  First signs of my ulcerative colitis were rectal bleeding.  It could be hemorrhoids, could be lots of things. You might need to see a gastroenterologist.  
Posted by: DoS, Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 6:04pm; Reply: 8
Dehydration can easily cause it.

It's hard to balance water with stress, malabsorption, broke down cardio system, depressed thyroid, adrenal fatique, etc.
Posted by: san j, Wednesday, April 16, 2014, 6:31pm; Reply: 9
A conservative approach, at least, would be to rule out the worst-case diagnoses:

Crohn's disease
Diverticulosis
Colitis
Polyp(s) (which perhaps should be biopsied?)

Something doctors all-too-frequently overlook in women is the possibility of endometriosis; nodules can actually adhere to the rectal mucosa and periodically bleed, even in cases where they do not cause pain. In a female with discrete episodes of rectal bleeding, this possibility should probably be considered.

The point is: Lower GI bleeding is not always assumed to be hemorrhoidal, and it's a first-line, presenting symptom in some serious diseases that, if identified early, can be treated less drastically than if ignored.
:)
Posted by: santina, Thursday, April 17, 2014, 2:23pm; Reply: 10


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The point is: Lower GI bleeding is not always assumed to be hemorrhoidal, and it's a first-line, presenting symptom in some serious diseases that, if identified early, can be treated less drastically than if ignored.


hi, please can you tell me more about this issue?what is the relation between GI and bleeding?
thank you so much in advance
Posted by: san j, Thursday, April 17, 2014, 6:38pm; Reply: 11
Quoted from santina

Quoted from san j

The point is: Lower GI bleeding is not always assumed to be hemorrhoidal, and it's a first-line, presenting symptom in some serious diseases that, if identified early, can be treated less drastically than if ignored.

hi, please can you tell me more about this issue?what is the relation between GI and bleeding?
thank you so much in advance

santina, amica italiana:

"Lower GI" refers to the colon, rectum and anus -- if this is what you are needing to know.

Otherwise:

Do you know the story of "the blind men and the elephant"? Each blind man handles a different part of the elephant and thinks he grasps the entire animal, explaining that animal according only to his sample. Likewise, rectal bleeding, taken alone, is deduced to be a strictly local and evanescent phenomenon. Included in a bigger picture, however, it can - in SOME cases - be seen as but one aspect of a more serious overarching condition.
Posted by: santina, Thursday, April 17, 2014, 6:44pm; Reply: 12
Quoted from san j
santina, amica italiana:

"Lower GI" refers to the colon, rectum and anus -- if this is what you are needing to know.

Otherwise:

Do you know the story of "the blind men and the elephant"? Each blind man handles a different part of the elephant and thinks he grasps the entire animal, explaining that animal according only to his sample. Likewise, rectal bleeding, taken alone, is deduced to be a strictly local and evanescent phenomenon. Included in a bigger picture, however, it can - in SOME cases - be seen as but one aspect of a more serious overarching condition.



thank you! i thought GI was for Glycemic Index!! ;D ;D ;D
Posted by: Goldie, Friday, April 18, 2014, 11:46am; Reply: 13
I would like to learn how to show the name and the quote.. yes if someone can explain..Thanks.


As for bleeding red spots of blood from the very lowest part of the Gastro Intestinal track, most often means that stool is dry and makes little tears in the skin which in that area of the anus is strong but thin and bleeding most often is no worry...  Bleeding from higher than a finger probe can reach in the rectum is in need of a doctor visit for sure.  Blood from even higher generally is not red, but looks more like coffee grinds, and is a sign of bleeding higher up and may not be overlooked at all as it can be dangerous in two ways, blood loss affecting the whole blood levels within the whole body, or dangerous with overlooked pain or ulcerate which can become sudden rupturs of a bigger bloodvessel causing death.
Posted by: deblynn3, Friday, April 18, 2014, 12:17pm; Reply: 14
Hi, Goldie that's about as clean an explanation I've heard. Thanks.
Posted by: Seraffa, Friday, April 18, 2014, 5:58pm; Reply: 15
Everything on the thread is valuable -- THANK YOU --   :) :) :)
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