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Your situation is complex and concerning. I advise that you go to ER ..
Ongoing lower GI bleeding may lead to severe anemia in need of transfusion.
Liver disease may be related to bleeding too easily ( liver makes key proteins which help bleeding to stop) these factors need to be checked ..
Source of bleeding needs to be identified
You need help from a gastroenterologist
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Anthony Bray MD
You have much going on...
Pancreatitis is serious diagnosis as well...
Lower GI bleed not stopping would be highest priority..
You belong in hospital now with these problems however
I hope that you get the care that you need as soon as possible ...
Your WBC being so high adds to urgency
ALT/ AST not extreme but not main issue here either ...
You need follow up of hemoglobin/ hematocrit to evaluate anemia ...
Vital signs and bleeding need to be monitored
Different type measures of calcium and units ...so if you have specifics that would help interpret that result ( ionized ? Ca = 1.03 to 1.23 mmol/L) Total calcium = 2 to 2.6 mmol/ L ...(9- 10.5 mg/dL) so what you report as calcium needs clarification ....
Again your history indicates to me that you should be in hospital being evaluated now !!
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