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Rectal Bleeding (Definition)
Rectal bleeding is a symptom in which a person has blood coming out of his anus, either during bowel movements (when he poops) and/or at other times. The bleeding can be from hemorrhoids, cancer, ulcers, etc.
Numerous: From hemorrhoids, fissures, fistulae, inflammatory bowel disease, diverticulosis, to polyps, tumors benign or malignant. Also meckel's diverticulum, and upper GI sources such as ulcers and gastritis and tumors benign or malignant. No bleeding is normal. Get properly evaluated by a GI doctor or colorectal surgeon or at least by your primary care doctor. Do not ignore rectal bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If you are having persistent bleeding from your rectum, you need to get it checked. While hemorrhoids are a common cause of rectal bleeding, your physician may decide to pursue other diagnoses. Getting a full history and physical exam will guide the decision. Are you having symptoms like dizziness or passing out? Is the blood bright red or dark? These are questions that need to be answered. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've have bad rectal bleeding for the past year (toilet water looks like pure blood) i know I have a internal hemroid. What can I do to treat it?
See a doctor: Start with some good fiber supplement, unflavored psyllium. Mix a teaspoon in 16 oz of water and drink nightly. As you are doing this, i would also suggest seeing a physician to confirm the diagnosis. It more than likely is this, common things being common. However, rare things still do occur. Do not sit and read your ipad on the toilet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello. I would like to ask about the causes and treatment for per rectal bleeding in a 23 years old male. It has been 6 months, on and off, bright red, slight pain in anus, symptom relieved by increased fluid intake and fibre, no loss of weight or appetit
Hemorrhoids: Nice description of hemorrhoid bleeding. Keep a good balance of fiber (5-6 servings of fruit / vege a day) and hydration (enough liquid to have clear urine 4-5 times a day - not what you get with beer or coffee) and he should have durable relief. Otc hemorrhoid rx may help. If not, or if the bleeding or pain worsens he may have a higher grade of hemorrhoid or fissure and shoul see a doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
BLEEDING PER RECTUM:: Some causes: chronic constipation with hard stool with blood; drinking red colored juice/drink/fruit can mimic blood, rectal or distal colon polyp; bacillary dysentery, associated with abdominal pain, fever in a sick child. Rectal bleeding as a part of systemic diseases, e.g. Henoch schonlein purpura, hemorrhagic diseases, etc. Whatever is the cause, s/he needs to be seen immediately. ...Read more
I'm 24 yrs old been having rectal bleeding for at least two months also get a discharge and sometimes is mixed with blood.I feel pressure but no pain.
See MD: The mucus discharge concerns me and could be a sign of a more serious underlying disorder such as inflammatory bowel disease or other condition and i would recommend being evaluated by your physician or a gastroenterologist . Your anemia may benefit from treatment as well. ...Read more
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