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A few months ago I began having mild rectal bleeding. Within a month it progressed from mild-moderate-severe. It got to the point that I was bleeding and staining my underwear and also the toilet water would be bright red from all the bleeding. I was extremely scared and was going to schedule a doctors visit. This problem is not new to myself in fact my grandfather and mother both suffered from this same problem. The way they stopped it was by sticking to a vegetarian diet. I didn't really think that this one change would make the difference but I gave it a try and voila, a few weeks later and no bleeding. It was now been 2 months and I have not had any bleeding. My mother has been free of bleeding for 10 years with one lapse when she went back to eating meat for a short period of time. Just wanted to share this with some who may be wondering about this. :jester:
[QUOTE=healthcat25]A few months ago I began having mild rectal bleeding. Within a month it progressed from mild-moderate-severe. It got to the point that I was bleeding and staining my underwear and also the toilet water would be bright red from all the bleeding. I was extremely scared and was going to schedule a doctors visit. This problem is not new to myself in fact my grandfather and mother both suffered from this same problem. The way they stopped it was by sticking to a vegetarian diet. I didn't really think that this one change would make the difference but I gave it a try and voila, a few weeks later and no bleeding. It was now been 2 months and I have not had any bleeding. My mother has been free of bleeding for 10 years with one lapse when she went back to eating meat for a short period of time. Just wanted to share this with some who may be wondering about this. :jester:[/QUOTE]
Are you sure that it's just because you stopped eating meat? I mean, I'm guessing you're 25 from your name, and the most common cause of rectal bleeding in someone your age is something from a hemorrhoid. Are you sure that, perhaps, you weren't just having harder stools when you were eating meat and that was causing your bowel movements to be a bit more traumatic on your entrails? There is no real correlation between eating meat and rectal bleeding.





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