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  1. Nikokus says:
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  4. Tojin says:
    Chronic bleeding symptoms. You may develop anemia if you have chronic bleeding. Symptoms of anemia may include feeling tired and shortness of breath, which can develop over time. Some people may have occult bleeding. Occult bleeding may be a symptom of inflammation or a disease such as colorectal cancer. A simple lab test can detect occult.
  5. Kazrazragore says:
    Peptic ulcer disease was the most common cause of bleeding (gastric ulcer in 37% and duodenal in 23% of the cohort) and angioectasias were present in 13%. AVMs were more likely to be present in patients with CRF compared with controls (13% vs 1%; P.
  6. Mukree says:
    Aug 06,  · Different parts of the digestive tract are affected by specific conditions. There are various causes of bleeding in different regions. Learn more here about gastrointestinal bleeding.
  7. Akiramar says:
    Bleeding in the digestive tract is a symptom of a problem rather than a disease itself. It usually happens due to conditions that can be cured or controlled, such as .
  8. Shataxe says:
    Diverticular disease is very common and occurs in 10% of people over age 40 and in 50% of people over age 60 in Western cultures. It is often caused by too little roughage (fiber) in the diet. Diverticulosis rarely causes symptoms. Complications of diverticular disease happen in about 10% of people with outpouchings.
  9. Goltizahn says:
    Factor II, V, VII, X, or XII deficiencies are bleeding disorders related to blood clotting problems or abnormal bleeding problems. Von Willebrand’s disease is the most common inherited bleeding.

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