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Should I talk to my doctor about my upper GI bleeding symptoms?

You need to see your doctor to discuss your symptoms if you are showing signs of upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding. Upper GI bleeding usually means something else is going on. Your doctor can help you figure out why and where the bleeding is happening. Tests may need to be performed to determine the best course of action to control your upper GI bleeding. Talk to your doctor as soon as you suspect there may be a problem.

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How is upper GI bleeding diagnosed?
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