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I am 17, & female. I have been noticed blood on the toilet paper after i wipe. Rectal bleeding. There is no pain, just discomfort. Should i be worried?

I am 17, & female. I have been noticed blood on the toilet paper after i wipe. Rectal bleeding. There is no pain, just discomfort. Should i be worried?

Rectal bleeding: If you see blood on your toilet tissue, you need to have the cause of it discovered. See a physician to see if you have hemorrhoids causing this bleeding. If not, see a gastroenterologist and see if you need a colonoscopy to find the cause of the bleed. Rectal bleeding is never normal. Good luck. ...Read more

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Last six days i've noticed blood on the toilet paper after i urinate and a a little on my underwear, I have no pain or other symptoms, can't get doc appointment till next week, should hospital or wait?

Last six days i've noticed blood on the toilet paper after i urinate and a a little on my underwear, I have no pain or other symptoms, can't get doc appointment till next week, should hospital or wait?

Wait if feeling ok: If you are noticing a little blood on toilet paper check to see if the toilet bowl also looks red. This could be a urinary tract infection although they usually have pain. It could be a kidney stone although they also cause pain. If you are only loosing a tiny amount of blood then you can wait. If you feel dizzy or light headed or cannot work then you'll need immediate help. Drink fluids. ...Read more

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On Sunday, I was using the toilet I noticed blood on the toilet paper. No blood since then but light stomach pain. I'm really scared if its cancer.

On Sunday,  I was using the toilet I noticed blood on the toilet paper. No blood since then but light stomach pain. I'm really scared if its cancer.

See answer: You're young and its very rare to see cancer at this age. Most commonly we see hemorrhoids or a fissure that bleeds after a bowel movement, especially if they are hard (constipated). You should have your parent take you to the doctor to get it checked out if it happens again. ...Read more

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Hi, i went to pee today and when i wiped i noticed blood on the toilet paper, it looked like menstrul blood but it is not, note i ovulated yesterday, dec 18 and on dec 15 i had sex with a spermicide condom and when he was about to come i told him to come

Hi, i went to pee today and when i wiped i noticed blood on the toilet paper, it looked like menstrul blood but it is not, note i ovulated yesterday, dec 18 and on dec 15 i had sex with a spermicide condom and when he was about to come i told him to come

Prob not pregnant: You are to be commended for practicing safe, protected sex. Drink lots of fluids to flush your urinary tract -at least 6-8 cups / day. Increase fiber in your diet to soften stools. If persists, see your doctor. Pregnancy test can be done a week later if your period has not come at the expected time. ...Read more

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Why do I have blood on the toilet paper?

You need a medical c: A medical check up is advised as rectal bleeding can be a manifestation of serious causes like cancer although the most common cause is hemorrhoids. But only a medical examination by your doctor can find out what is the cause in your case. Do not delay it as it can become a serious problem if delayed for long. ...Read more

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What to do if i found loads of blood on the toilet paper?

What to do if i found loads of blood on the toilet paper?

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

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I just seen little bit of blood on the toilet paper ? what can I do ?

I just seen little bit of blood on the toilet paper ? what can I do ?

See your dr.: At your age, is it most likely a samll laceration or hemorrhoid, but seeing a Dr. and getting an exam is always the best thing to do, to assure all is truly well. Best wishes. ...Read more

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