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Can Proctitis Be A Result From Anal Trauma
Wife has anal bleeding. 3 different docs said 3 diff things. Doc said no hemorrhoids. She's scared its proctitis. She has to get surgery. Help! ?
I'm an asymptomatic carrier of salmonella typhi after traveling. Am I at high risk for bacteremia or proctitis if I have anal sex?
Probably not, but...: ... you probably shouldn't be having anal sex all (and perhaps not vaginal sex), at least not with new partners, until this problem is gone. If you have a regular partner who is aware of the risk, that should be OK, but you must not put new or unknowing partners at risk. Condoms probably would only partly reduce the risk. But probably no risk for you. See an infectious diseases specialist. ...Read more
If I have proctitis or anal itching because of the antibiotics I took for chlamydia what do I do does it go away on its own?
Yeast infection.: You may be experiencing an overgrowth of yeast after taking antibiotics. The balance which normally exists in the anal area can be thrown off by antiobiotic therapy. Try using over the counter monistat, but use twice a daily to the area for one week. If no resolution, see your doctor. ...Read more
I had a colonoscopy my results were: unspecified infectious proctitis soon after I got bacne, went from nothing to full back of acne, what's going on?
Every time I use the washroom and wipe, there is bright red blood when I wipe from my anus. It's every bathroom visit, no constipation or trauma.?
Does anyone know the reason to why I might be bleeding a little blood when I poop. Coming from anus. No trauma or sex. 1mon. Now.
Blood in stool: Is not normal. It is most likely hemorrhoids, but it could be something more serious. See a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Rectal trauma from dry anal masturbation with pen. Small blood drop on end after finished. Doc find internal hemmorhoid 3 days later. Perforated colon?
Anal Fissure: No. As you have already been told this is not of any concern. You have either or both an internal hemorrhoid that has ruptured or you have a small tear, known as an anal fissure. ...Read more
3hrs post-colonoscopy peeing blood out of anus w/ llq, back & anal pain. Do I have to go to ER for a re-entry checkup after all the traumas in coly?
Yes: See your GI doctor to rule out a serious problem. ...Read more
Foul bo after anus trauma, weak muscles, incontinence of flatus and stool, excessive perpiration in the region since injury. What is it?
Sphincter injury?: Poor control of stool and flatus after "anus trauma" raises the question of injury to the anal sphincter muscles. While this would not give a clear answer about the increases perspiration it would certainly answer the odor and leakage. You should see a colon and rectal surgeon. ...Read more
Mild rectal inflamma: Proctitis refers to rectal inflammation. The rectum is roughly the last 15 cm of the large intestine. Many causes can cause proctitis from infection, to inflammatory bowel disease such as crohns or ulcerative colitis. More diagnostic information such as cultures and biopsies should be performed to help guide the management. Agents to cool the inflammation like suppositories or enemas can be given. ...Read more
People most commonly: At risk for proctitis are the one who recieve radiation treatment to the pelvic area.... Most commonly for prostate and cervical ca. Procitis can also develop as part of inflammatory bowel disease. Certain sexual transmitted diseases can also cause it. These are all treatable. ...Read more
No, not directly: Proctitis refers to inflammation of the anus and rectum. Certain types of proctitis, caused by herpes, or other sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea/chlamydia, may make it easier for HIV infection to occur with unprotected sexual contact. Thus, proctitis may indirectly lead to HIV infection, which can lead to aids. ...Read more
Take psyllium: Take psyllium supplementation and avoid enemas or suppositories that are not rx by a qualified physician. ...Read more