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Is Rectal Bleeding Normal After A Colonoscopy
Colonoscopy: Will look for tumors or polyps in the colon. Most common cause of bleeding may be from hemorrhoids or anal fissure that may not be seen well on colonoscopy. Less common causes of colon bleeding could be vascular malformation or diverticulosis which can bleed intwrmittently & would not be seen at colonoscooy unless there was active bleeding at the time of the procedure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Small bowel and anus: When a work up involves an EGD and colonoscopy, it misses the small intestines - a capsule endoscopy or bleeding scan would be needed to assess bleeding sites in the small intestines. As well, a colonoscopy may miss the otherwise obvious hemorrhoids or anal fissures which could bleed from the anus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rectal bleeding occassionllly , have hemrooids, overdo for colonoscopy. Should i see a gasyrenterologistnor a proctologist.
Heavy rectal bleeding for almost 3 weeks 3-4 x a day. Colonoscopy 10/28/13 no polyps etc. Any idea? I'm beyond worried
You are young: It is hard to imagine what could be bleeding in your colon, at your age and not seen by colonoscopy. The only thing i could think of is av malformation since they can't be seen once decompressed from bleeding. You have to discuss it further with your doctor and your gastroenterologist as to what it could be. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a colonoscopy 2 months ago. They removed a benign polyp but the last 3 weeks i have had a lot of rectal bleeding. Could this be from the surgery?
LLQ pain 1+ yr clear colonoscopy pain constant worse w/ bm, cycle, + sex new symptom of rectal bleeding w/ last 3 cycles bright red blood. ideas?
My 32 y/o son has red rectal bleeding and nausea. Doc has him at home this week waiting for a colonoscopy next monday. Is this safe?
Everytime i walk briskly on a treadmill, I have anal/rectal bleeding. I had colonoscopies and a fistula removed, this is still happening. Why?
Consider hemorrhoids: I would suspect you have hemorrhoids and that vigorous activity is irritating the area. Take a stool softener, drink plenty of liquids, and if the bleeding continues it would be important to see a GI doctor and have a colonoscopy. Cancer, diverticulosis, and inflammatory bowel disease are other possibilities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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