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Intermittent Rectal Bleeding
Intermittent rectal bleeding maybe two times a month bright red blood no other symptoms except having hemroids?
See your doctor.: The most common cause of rectal bleeding in an 18 yo would be hemorrhoids but there can be other causes such as anal fissures or anal fistula. There are even rarer causes and sometimes the bleeding may be coming from other areas such as the colon or stomach. You should be evaluated by a surgeon. ...Read more
BEst to be safe and: get a thorough exam by your regular doctor. If they can not explain your bleeding and treat it to complete resolution in a short period of time, you need to see a gastroenterologist or colon and rectal surgeon for a proper evaluation. No amount of rectal bleeding is ever to be considered normal!! ...Read more
I've had off and on rectal bleeding; currently, however, I am not bleeding. What's wrong with me possibly?
I have been experiencing rectal bleeding. It is small amount only noticing it after i wipe. There is no pain, only discomfort. Should i be worried?
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