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Allergic Reaction To Toilet Paper
Thick white discharge. Looks like toilet paper. No odor. No itching. What could this be? Got it after i came off wellbutrin. Had an allergic reaction.
Essentially allergies occur when your immune system goes crazy and decides to has to fight against things it should be ignoring. The immune system of people without allergies simply ignores the pollen in the air or the dander on their cat while an allergic person's immune system creates cells to fight against the pollen or dander. The allergic reaction causes the ...Read more
Thick white discharge. No odor or itching. Like toilet paper. Started after i quit taking wellbutrin due to reaction. What could this be?
I noticed I have a bump on my butt near the hole today, it sometimes aches and hurts when im sitting. I think it may be a result of rough toilet paper?
Eating Toilet paper: Well, there is no specific test for people that have disorders involving unusual cravings. However, nutritional deficiencies are often found in people that suffer from pica. Iron deficiency anemia and zinc deficiency are more common with pica. I would see your doctor and have your labs checked (iron, vitamins a, d, b1-12, calcium, magnesium, zinc, etc. ...Read more
See your doctor.: It is wise to have your doctor to check it out. Usually due to a hemorrhoid which is swollen vein around the anus, or a tear in the anal opening. Either problem can be caused by constipation and hard stools. Hemorrhoid medications will help this heal along with stool softener to prevent any further hard stools. ...Read more
Scotch Broom: That must have been a very uncomfortable situation you were in. If you're sensitive to this plant, you might get a dermatitis from using it to clean yourself externally. Otherwise you will probably be okay. Make sure to clean off with a shower, and be gentle wiping for awhile. Scotch broom has some poisonous alkaloids which can be a problem if taken internally -- but you didn't do that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How much blood would be visible on the toilet paper from a mild hem
(internal or external)? And if they are mild?
Depends.: If you see blood on your toilet paper, you cannot assume it is a hemorrhoid, although that is probably the most common cause. Let your doctor examine you to make sure it is not something more serious, such as a tumor. Tumors caught early are usually completely curable. ...Read more
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