Vomiting of blood is a characteristic manifestation of gastric bleeding. There is often vomiting of blood if there is a large amount of bleeding, but if there is a small amount of bleeding, there may be no vomiting of blood. Another typical symptom of gastric bleeding is black stool, which refers to black, tarry, sticky and shiny stool. If there is a large amount of bleeding, the blood passes quickly in the intestine and the stool may be dark red or bright red. In addition to the above manifestations, patients with gastric bleeding may also have hemorrhagic anemia, fever, dizziness, panic, weakness, fainting when they suddenly get up, and in severe cases, shock may occur.
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