blood in

bloody, blood in

pertaining to or deriving from blood.

bloody feces
see dysentery, melena.
bloody guts
see proliferative hemorrhagic enteropathy.
bloody milk
bloody urine
bloody vomit

Patient discussion about blood in

Q. does serratrol thin your blood?

A. i don't know about blood thinning but i do know that when i looked for information about it (i looked for an alternative medicine for my mother) i found out this review about it:
http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/booth/alternat/serrapep.html

according to this after reviewing 34 researches done on serratrol - they found no evidence supporting the claim it helps.

Q. what are Blood thiners what pilles are blood thinners

A. anticoagulants, given in order to avoid blood clots in your systems. some heard conditions (for example) like damaged valves can cause blood to clot on them and then there's a big risk that it'll detach itself and move around your body until it'll get stuck and block the blood vessel. can be blood vessels to the leg, hand,lungs or even brain. the most well known anticoagulants are Warfarin and Low Molecular Heparin (which is given in a shot not per os like WArfarin).
hope i helped :)

Q. how can i reduce my blood pressure?

A. The main steps in lowering high blood pressure is to take some very important changes in lifestyle- consuming much less salt in food, losing weight and exercising regulary. If this doesn't help (and usually it doesn't help mainly when people don't try hard enought and make an effort), medications can be added to control the blood pressure.

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References in classic literature ?
But if it be asked how it happens that the blood in the veins, flowing in this way continually into the heart, is not exhausted, and why the arteries do not become too full, since all the blood which passes through the heart flows into them, I need only mention in reply what has been written by a physician 1 of England, who has the honor of having broken the ice on this subject, and of having been the first to teach that there are many small passages at the extremities of the arteries, through which the blood received by them from the heart passes into the small branches of the veins, whence it again returns to the heart; so that its course amounts precisely to a perpetual circulation.
Methinks I know thee; methinks I can smell the smell of the blood in thy heart.
Let us have some fresh blood," he said, digging a long bodkin into his finger, and drawing off the resulting drop of blood in a chemical pipette.
My life is hers' and I would give the last drop of blood in my body for her.
To-day, however, a mist hung over the ground--and blood in that room!
Tom looked up to his master, and answered, "Mas'r, if you was sick, or in trouble, or dying, and I could save ye, I'd give ye my heart's blood; and, if taking every drop of blood in this poor old body would save your precious soul, I'd give 'em freely, as the Lord gave his for me.
Anyone 17 or older, who is in good health, who weighs 110 pounds or more and who has not given blood in the last 56 days may try to donate.
There's more blood in Alvart's film than in any of the Lecter chronicles because the killer paints with it.
Nearly 30 blood drives in southeastern Michigan were shut down early Thursday or cancelled Friday due to the widespread power blackout, and as a result the American Red Cross reports an estimated 1,000 uncollected units of blood in the region.
Usually the hospital has about 40 units of O-positive blood in stock, but Thursday had only eight pints of O-positive on the shelf.