Our expert says:
I sincerely doubt that the Keloggs All Bran Flakes is the cause for the blood in your stools. It is very important to consult your doctor for an examination. The blood might be due to a small bleeding hemorrhoid or a small rectal tare but more serious conditions, like colon cancer has to be investigated, by means of a colonoscopy. Don't be too concerned and consult your doctor for a proper examination.
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