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Red Corn in Stool
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Red Corn in Stool

I have been recently seeing a doctor about some gastro problems.  I do not expel any noticable blood, but today I saw red corn in my stool, but only inside the undigested corn kernals.  Does this mean that there is internal bleeding, or did I eat some red corn and not notice?  Thanks.
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Sounds like you just ate some red corn.  The blood would not just be inside the kernels. It would be throughout the feces whether alot or a small amount of blood.
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