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i noticed about a couple of week s ago and again earlier this evening that there seemed to be what appeared in my 9 yr old daughters stool ''blood'' it did not look like the blood was in her stool but settled under the stool? she did have a red and orange popsicle earlier this evening could that make it seem like blood and discolor stool? a few years back she was diagnosed w/ henloch schonlein purpura could this be a sign of the retur of the illness because i was told to look for blood in her urine and or stool and if blood was to be found that was a sign of kidney failure? please help and thank you
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