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Upper GI Bleed

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This could be caused by an infection, food poisoning, parasites, Crohn's disease, or reduced blood flow in the colon. Hemorrhoids are another common cause of GI or rectal bleeding. A hemorrhoid is an enlarged vein in your rectum or anus. These enlarged veins can rupture and bleed, causing rectal bleeding.