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The blood coming from her anus could be either from her GI tract (usually frank blood is from pushing as is not as concerning in small amounts as "coffee ground" stool, which indicates bleeding
in the small intestine (a much bigger issue).
With the panting (pain) and frequent urination, I would of course worry about a urinary tract infection and this could also be the source of the blood. Of course, it could be her GI...or both!
So....better safe...let's try to treat both a home for a few hours ..or at least until tomorrow so that you can avoid the ER fee if possible.
Let me first say that IF she becomes worse, can not stop vomiting, or wretching, begins to look "bloated" or begins to show more (more than a 1/8 cup of blood) in her stool at any time, she needs to see someone today....immediately.
1. For 3 hours NPO (nothing per os, nothing by mouth) EXCEPT for one 10 mg tablet of Pepcid AC. I would get the dissolvable if possible.
2. If no vomiting in 3 hours try boiled chicken
and rice, mixed 50/50. Offer 1/2 cup only. The rice will help bind her and should help to stop the diarrhea naturally. If she HATEs rice, use chicken baby food and rice. This masks the rice taste.
3. If she manages to keep this down add soup. (Make campbell's chicken noodle) She needs to replenish fluids. Fast. Give her what she will drink...in little amounts....over an hour.
4. If she manages all this, you can start adding somethings to support the urinary tract and the GI tract.
I would add 2 capsules of cranberry, 500 mg of Vit C, (both of these medically proven via research to help UTI's) and again offer her more fluids. At this point you can also give her ONE capsule of Immodium. (you can repeat this once in 24 hours) This can really help, but I do not use this drug more than twice in 24 hours as I have seen the reverse (constipation) result.
I think this will get her back on the right track, but if she or seems really off, better to bring her than to worry.
I hope this helps.