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Anus Anal Bleeding
Sore anus after diar: sore anus and bleeding after diarrhea not uncommon and usually associated with irritation of hemorrhoids as a result of diarrhea. Over the counter remedy would be Preparation H (red label with hydrocortisone) twice daily up inside the rectum for 7 days. Of course if diarrhea continues, contact your doc. ...Read more
I had anal sex with my boyfriend cause I'm on my period and now my anus is bleeding is anal sex harmfull too me?
Possibly: If you're bleeding from the rectum, some people will bleed internally or get an infection. I would at least get examined before more advice can be prescribed. ...Read more
Severe pain in the anus. Bleeding after anal sex. Used hemmoriodal cream which resulted in a blistery rash. Severe pain with bowl movements. Help?
I frequently experience rectal bleeding after having anal sex. Is this normal? The bleeding typically goes away on its own after a day or two.
Examine for damage: Anuses are not designed for in-and-out sex. Just like in any big city, some streets are one-way and some streets are two-way. A vagina is created or evolved to be a two-way street (penis in, baby out). However, the gastrointestinal tract is designed to be one-way, with an opening on each end. Food goes in the mouth, and the brown stuff goes out the butt. (An exception is when one vomits.) ...Read more
I have rectal pain and rectal bleeding. I had anal intercourse without lubrication and there is an internal tear which is bleeding hours later.
Anal bleeding : what do I do? Is it serious? I am an 18 year old male, and this has happened about 3-5 times now. I have anal bleeding, and it always passes as bright red blood, like that of an anal fissure. I do not share symptoms with anal fissure thoug
Why is my anal bleeding when I poop an it feels like I'm trying to poop a mass out? It will come out so far an I can grab it but it hurts really b...
Hemorrhoid?: It is not uncommon to have hemorrhoids that bulge when you push for a bowel movement. Does it go away when you are done? Read the excellent answers on hemorrhoids to see how to prevent their worsening or lessen the symptoms. But see an MD for exam to ensure it is not something else ...Read more
What could cause anal bleeding and anal leakage that discharges what seems like mucus along with lower back pain that significantly increases after bm?
See a physician : There is nothing normal about anal bleeding with the symptoms you describe. You should see your physician and more importantly a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Unusual unless,: Rectal involvement? It occurs with anal sex. In this case you could have rectal pain and bleeding. A more common cause for anal bleeding is hemorrhoids. Blood in urine, in herpes ifection, is also an unusual occurrence unless you have obvious substantial urethral involvement. You need a medical examination by your primary care doc who may need to refer you to a urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been getting on and off constipation and anal bleeding and upset stomach from eating chocolate what's wrong with me?
I am experiencing anal itching and rectal bleeding. The following also describes me: Blood on toilet tissue. What should I do? Home treatment fistula
Is it necessary to see a doc if I repeatedly have rectal bleeding after anal sex? I have 1 partner, we are both std free and monogamous
Here are some...: To have something serious in anus/rectum like cancer is extremely rare at 18, and usually related to hemorrhoid or anal tearing from anal coitus by the reported sequence of events. How to get rid of recurrent postcoital anal bleeding? Of course, stop anal sex. Meanwhile, go to be checked once at least and be counseled for safe sex. All the best to health and safe sex, ...Read more
I am experiencing bloody stool. The following also describe me: Anal itching, Blood on toilet tissue, and Rectal bleeding. What should I do?
I am experiencing hemorrhoids, constipation, rectal bleeding, blood on toilet tissue, anal itching and mucus in stool. The following also describe me: Holding bowel movements, Feeling of unfinished defecation, and Rectal lump. What should I do?
I am experiencing bloody stool, rectal bleeding, painful bowel movements and anal pain. The following also describe me: Rectal lump, Rectal swelling, Blood on toilet tissue, Rectal pain, Constipation, Blood in toilet, and Holding bowel movements. What sh
Be checked soon...: Despite being young at 17, you need an evaluation and counseling so to define the origin of bleeding and what causes all related symptoms. To get all related things done correctly so to get right care could not be that hard by following instructions described in https://ebettercare.com/feel-become-sick/. Then you can work well with doc to rule out infection/inflammation, hemorroids, tumors, etc. ...Read more
More info needed: There are many possible causes. The most common cause is hemorrhoids (swollen, often clotted anal or rectal veins). But other blood vessel abnormalities, anal fissures, infections, inflammatory bowel disease, and cancer can do it; or trauma if anything has been inserted or if you have rectal sex. See a doctor ASAP, even if the bleeding stops before you are seen. ...Read more
Hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoids are common in pregnancy, and bright red blood is a common indicator of having them. Do your best to reduce constipation: liberal fiber and fluid intake, occasional stool softeners, and a Folic Acid supplement to replace your iron-containing prenatal vitamin (or alternate the two). Use of hydrocortisone-containing creams may also provide relief. ...Read more
Varies: This can be as simple as a fissure in the anal opening due to hard or bulky stools.This produces bright red blood in small amounts on the surface of the stool. If darker to purple and mixed in with stool, it could be an infection. It could be something as offensive as trauma from sexual abuse. ...Read more
Hemorrhoids: Those bluish bumps are most likely hemorrhoids, varicose rectal veins. The most important thing is to keep your poops soft by eating a lot of vegetables and fruit and drinking water. You might need to also take a fiber supplement and use a stool softener at least for a while. Here's a link to more information: http://www.Fascrs.Org/patients/conditions/hemorrhoids/. ...Read more