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Spots On Rectum
Common findings: Discoloration, especially dark pigmentation is common around mucous membranes. Can also see this under arms, on hands and finger and toe nails. ...Read more
White Spots: This could be viral, herpes for example. It could be fungal, especially since it is white. Herpes should form blisters that break open and are painful. This should of course be visually examined by your doctor. An anti fungal cream might be tried first. The best course would be to swab this and test for viral and fungus. ...Read more
Blood only TP after BM. It only spots the TP when I wipe the top part (furthest away from rectum) of the inside of my Butt Cheek. Help?
Rectal bleed: Minor rectal bleeding like you describe is typically caused by a hemorrhoid or an anal fissure. Please see your doctor for a rectal exam to determine if this needs treatment or just time to heal. Meanwhile keep the area very clean; consider using a sitz bath after bowel movements. Do not apply any topical medication unless your doctor recommends or prescribes something. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
9 yr old son showed me 2 areas 1" above his rectum, look like skin tags, itchy painful, a lot of white spots within the tags. Concerning?
What does it means when i saw some blisters on my rectum's pic and if i view it on my computer (large icons size) some white spots.(i haven't have sex?
See you doctor: You need to see your doctor for proper exam and medical advice. ...Read more
Rectum not normal?: Hi i may need you to rephrase your question. But, the assumption i make is that your stool is frequent and/ or soft in the morning. It is very common to have a bowel movement at the same time every day. And, to have this happen when one first awakes is also very common. But, if your stool is not formed you may have a parasite infection or a food allergy and this needs to be evaluated. ...Read more
Proctalgis: Proctalgia is rectal pain. Any injury can produce pain. Hemorrhoids, fissures and fistula can also cause rectal pain. Symptoms are generally due to spasm of the rectal muscles. Treatment may include warm baths, relaxation techniques, oral or injected medications if there is nothing to address surgically, see your doctor for more detailed history, exam & treatment. ...Read more