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Im 6 weeks pregnant and im have anal bleeding? had two mc

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Anal bleeding: Anal bleeding should always be evaluated. In a young person the most likely cause is bleeding from hemorrhoids. This can usually be treated with medication. Anal bleeding is not connected to miscarriages. These body parts are not connected. The vagina and anus are right next to each other and often the source of bleeding can be confused
Dr. Jeffrey Juchau
Family Medicine 33 years experience
Rectal Bleeding: First of all let me assure you there is no relationship between this and miscarriage. Secondly congratulations. Thirdly it is probably hemorrhoids. Fourth as long as it is not massive bleeding I would go see your OB and have him examine you. If you are bleeding heavily then I would go to the ER. Lots of Fiber and fluids, warm baths and adult wipes to clean bottom with,

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