The or rectal urgency. Some people may have diarrhea 10 to 20 times a day. The urge to go to the bathroom may wake you up at night. The disease usually causes bloody diarrhea and mucus. You also may have rectal pain and an urgent need to empty your bowels. Belly pain, often described as cramping. Your belly may be sore when touched.
This symptom may develop depending on what part of the
is affected. is much less common than diarrhea. Loss of appetite. Fever. In severe cases, fever or other symptoms that affect the entire body may develop. Ongoing symptoms, such as diarrhea, can lead to weight loss.
Too few red ( ). Some people get because of low iron levels caused by or intestinal. A small amount of one-off bleeding from the bottom isn\’t usually a serious problem. But a GP can check. very dark, smelly poo (this can be blood mixed in poo) A small amount of one-off bleeding can often go away on its own without needing treatment.
The GP will check what\’s causing your symptoms. ask for a If you have other symptoms, this might give you an idea of the cause. Don\’t self-diagnose в see your GP if you\’re worried. Bright red blood on toilet paper, streaks on poo, pink toilet water