There are many different risk factors for GI bleeding. Most times, GI bleeding is found in those of an older age. Some think this is because of increased pain medication usage, which can attribute to GI bleeding. Additionally previous ulcers may increase your risk for developing GI bleeding. In addition to these risk factors, GI bleeding is also associated with frequent usage of alcohol, steroids, and anticoagulants.
- Q How is GI bleeding diagnosed?
- Q Are there alternative treatments for GI bleeding?
- Q What are the symptoms of gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding?
- Q What is the rate of incidence for GI bleeding?
- Q Is GI bleeding serious?
- Q How do I manage my GI bleeding on a daily basis?