I'm 57 and i had a colonoscopy at age 50 and it was normal. i also was told by doctors that i have internal hemroids. for about a week now i've notice once in a while bright red blood on tolit paper and in the tolit after bowel movement. i've been under
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Psychiatry 25 years experience
Hi : Hi ron, you had your colonoscopy 7 seven years ago. There can be changes over time to the colon. The general surgeons i work with have indicated that something significant can grow over a five year period, but many people get their second colonoscopy 10 years later. Although poor diet could lead to constipation which could exacerbate internal hemrrhoids, no one can say with certainty at this point that the bleeding is due to hemorrhoids.
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Colon and Rectal Surgery 42 years experience
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