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Thank you for your question.
The most important thing to consider and rule out is blood in stool.
The most common cause of blood in stool at your age is either hemorrhoids or anal fissure.
However, as a general rule, any person who has blood in stool must be seen by a doctor to confirm the diagnosis and then proceed accordingly.
Meanwhile, taking increased amounts of fiber in form of increased fruits and veggies and whole grain cereals along with increased intake of fluids.
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