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Question: Hi... my 22 months son is having loose motion from two days when ever he passes stool there is blood in that I showed him to doctor he said it's infection n he is on medicines from two days but no improvement n my son has becom very weak he is just 9kg wat should I do...pls help I am very much worried

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Answer: Causes of Blood in Stool Anal Fissure. If no diarrhea, most of these children have a small tear in the anus. This is called an anal fissure. Anal fissures usually are caused by passage of a large or hard stool. This is the cause in 90% of children with blood in the stools. Strep Skin Infection. A Strep skin infection around the anus can also cause blood-streaked stools. Bacterial Diarrhea. If also has bloody diarrhea, a gut bacterial infection may be the cause. Examples are Shigella, Salmonella, E.Coli 0157 or Campylobacter. Red, but not Blood. The things listed below can also cause red-colored stools that look like blood:Certain foods such as tomatoes or beetsCertain drinks such as red Kool-AidCertain medicines such as amoxicillin or omnicefAmount. Blood spreads rapidly and widely in water. Passing a stool with a few blood streaks often turns the toilet water pink. It doesn't mean a large blood loss. Food allergies also cause blood in stool.. change the pediatrician if the problem persists and get tested...