Occult blood: 443 reports
Occult blood: Blood in the faeces that is not visibly apparent
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Drugs that could cause Occult blood
Conditions that could cause Occult blood
Most common Occult blood symptoms
- Constipation - (3 reports)
- Pain - (2 reports)
- Abdominal pain upper - (2 reports)
- Feeling abnormal - (2 reports)
- Musculoskeletal pain - (2 reports)
- Back pain - (2 reports)
- Nervous system disorder - (2 reports)
- Macular degeneration - (2 reports)
- Tremor - (2 reports)
- Visual impairment - (2 reports)
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