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Different causes: It can be a hemorrhoid, a cut or fissure, or colitis or crohns or other causes. Blood in the stool should be evaluated and taken seriously as to the cause. Your doctor will ask you about the possible causes and perform a rectal exam. A referral for a colonoscopy might be warranted to further evaluate the cause. ...Read more
Rectal bleed common: Hemorrhoids are quite common and it is quite easy to check by your doc--if much pain with bm, it is likely external hemorrhoids/fissures. If no pain and blood "coats the stool" then likely from internal ones. Vaginal bleeding in seinors is not normal and should be checked out--dysfunctional uterine bleeding can be sign of uterine/cervical cancers etc..Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Probably: Hemorrhoids or a fissure. Let your pediatrician know and examine the child and if necessary refer to a pediatric GI doctor. If the child is constipated, they need to be taught to eat and drink properly. Rarely a juvenile polyp or hamartoma can be the cause and requires a colonoscopy to diagnose and remove.These are not cancerous polyps by the way. ...Read more
Get it checked: Rectal bleeding after bowel movement needs to be evaluated by your doctor.It may be caused by 1hemorroids the commonest cause 2inflammatory bowel disease 3polyp in rectum or colon 4anal fissure 5cancer of rectum or colon you should check with your doctor and need to have a colonoscopy and rectal exam tofind the cause.So get it done asap. ...Read more
Passing stool I've had rectum bleeding on toilet paper after wipe no blood and I've noticed on my stool theres blood anal fissure? or hemorrhoids ?
Blood in stool: Blood in the stool is called hematochezia, and there are several causes for this. Small amounts of bright red blood in the stool is commonly caused by damage to the blood vessels lining the rectum from constipation or other trauma. Rectal bleeding associated with large amounts of blood, weight loss, fever, vomiting, weakness, etc. is cause for concern and should be evaluated by a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stomach pain, constant cold chills, clamy hands, bleeding from rectum. Bleeding started stopped and started again without stopping. What could this be?
Many things/GI bleed: This can be bleeding from anywhere in your GI tract from your stomach onwards. It might be an ulcer in your stomach or intestine, it might be a form of ulcerative colitis in your colon, or it could be an anal fissure especially if it's painful. The cold chills and clammy hands may be due to the possibility that you've been bleeding for some time and it's wise to see your doctor soon. Good luck. ...Read more
I have rectum bleeding not constipated it hurts when i make bowel movements my stool is soft a colposcopy was done no thyroids getting full colposcopy?
Maybe a fissure: Hemorrhoids - swollen anal veins - can cause bleeding and discomfort. However, more likely, a small anal tear - an anal fissure - is causing anal pain and bleeding with bm's. Do see a doctor for an anal exam. Treatment is keeping your stool very soft (stool softener pills - like colace), and warm baths with epsom salts. Almost all fissures heal but it may take several weeks. Peter wilk, md. ...Read more
Rectal bleeds: Bleeding per rectum may originate in the anal canal, the rectum, or further up the line. Frequent anal sources of bleeding include hemorrhoids & fissures, that may respond to modifying stool texture (fiber, softeners) and topical agents, or require further intervention. Similar bleeds can be seen with anal & rectal cancer, infections, ischemic colitis, diverticular bleeds, inflammatory bowel, etc. ...Read more
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