I am 24 & have had signs of a mild ulcer since I was 15 but have never taken much action with it considering there was never any extream problems. Lately I have been under alot of stress & now that things have died down I have been expieriencing burning pain in my stomach & lower abdomen at random times every day for a week & off & on for the past two weeks I have had some medium colored blood in my stool, now I have just recently found a small ball (about as big around as a dime) of tissue in one of my stools! I have looked up many things but haven't figured out what exactly this could be yet. I plan on going to the Dr. but I do have two children so it won't be immidiate unless I start having severe pain or bleeding. Does any one have any ideas as to what this could be?
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