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What Can I Do To Treat Occasional Anal Bleeding
First confirm source: 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
BRBPR/ clots: There are many potential causes of brbpr/ clots. All bleeding should be evaluated by your physician. The most common is bleeding internal or external hemorrhoids or an anal fissure. Good bowel habits (i.e., not using the bathroom as a reading room--sitting for prolonged periods on the toilet), a high-fiber (greater than 30 g/day) low fat diet, and a minimum of 64 oz. Of water per day, should help. ...Read more
What is the best thing to treat hemorrhoids near the anus? There is little bleeding and lots of itchiness.
Hemorrhoids: Use' preparation h' use twice a day for 2 weeks.Consult your doctor if not better in 1 week. ...Read more
I have pain around my anus, feels like a sharp cut when passing faeces. There isnt any signs of lumps. Tiny amount of bleeding occasionally but rare. ?
Anal fissure.: That sounds like an anal fissure. Happens sometimes when we pass a larger or harder stool, which causes a little cut about the anus as you described. Drink plenty of water, eat plenty of fiber and use stool softener so for a short while (one to two weeks) and see if this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some...: Stop anal sex until heal. If insisting anal sex, do less often with ample lubrication and in right direction of penetration. But still remember: anus is meant for defecation not for reproduction; freedom for any forms of coitus has distortedly served well for the high demand of political correctness, not the importance of self-care for health & life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do you really need to treat internal hemorrhoid with canasa if you don't have bleeding or symptoms. Just small anal fissure.?
Anal fissure: Your anal fissure will need to be treated. The internal hemorrhoids are not bleeding so you can observe them. Life style is your choice. Most patients feel better after treatment. Talk to your surgeon you may continue to watch and see if you get better on your own. Hope it helps. ...Read more
What does it mean if when i go #2 my anus hurts really bad, bright red bleeding occurs and bright red blood on my stool? And how to treat it?
Fissure: This could all be due to an anal fissure that hurts and bleeds with a bm. Another possibility is a thrombosed hemorrhoid. Get examined and in the meantime apply warm soaks and use glycerin suppositories to lubricate the anal region. Take a stool softener so that stool won't be too hard. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How do I treat bleeding and pain caused by anal fissures? My stools are softer but I have to work too hard to pass them. Theres a lot of blood too
How can I tell if I have a hemorrhoid or a boil? It painful and bleeding, at the very edge of rectum. Can anal sex cause either? How do I treat it?
See a doctor: abscess is rare unless you had one before or you have disease that can cause fistula most likely it is either a hemorrhoid,or anal fissure that can cause severe pain and rectal bleeding and could get aggravated with anal sex go and see a doctor for proper evaluation and treatment ...Read more
Nausea, cramping, constipation, swelling by anus and occasional bleeding. 18 years old. Scared please help?
Need a GI workup: No need to panic....can you get to either a good primary doctor interested in GI problems or a good GI specialist? The bleeding may be nothing more than hemorrhoids. Are you sure the bleeding isn't vaginal? The other symptoms again, need to be looked at in the context of activities, age, other symptoms or risk factors. But you need a work up of sorts. Good luck! ...Read more
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