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53 y/o. Feb 2019-may 2019 had rectal bleeding a few times a week no pain or constipation no blood in stool. Blood separate from stool. Today feb 2020 saw bleeding hours after using toilet. No pain. Ate beef yesterday. 1 DR said possibly hemmoroids is?
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When colon cancer reach a level that causes anemia blood in stool became visible or stool became dark or rectal bleeding has started am I right?
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Bleeding in rectal, exam shows blood in stool & hemorrhoids, have loose stool, rare for solids. Can I use miralax (polyethylene glycol) safely to help loosen impacted stool?
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Dr. Thomas Wolski Jr answered
9 years experience in General Practice
Depends: If you are having persistent bleeding from your rectum, you need to get it checked. While hemorrhoids are a common cause of rectal bleeding, your phys ... Read More
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