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Why Do I Bleed When I Poop
Rectal bleed: Most likely you have constipation ( hard stools) causing hemorrhoids to bleed. Is is advisable to see a gastroenterologist or proctologist ( specialist in disorders of the rectum) to confirm the diagnosis and rule out more ominous disorders like rectal/ colon cancer. Increase fiber & water. Stool softeners & laxatives ...Read more
No normal: Groos blood in the urine can be a sign of a bladder infection, bladder wall inflammation, bladder cancer, kidney stone (2nd to ureter injury), kidney disease, in males it can be a sign of prostate pathology, and trauma to the genitourinary system. Due to you age, you need to see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Stress incontinence: Stress incontinence or unwanted leakage of urine with activity, strain, cough, etc. Is an unfortunately common problem for women as they age. More common after childbirth, it is commonly the result of decreased resistence in the urethra resulting in urine leakage when you don't want it. There are options for treatment, you should discuss this with your doctor who may refer you to urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nasal irritation: This suggests that you have significant irritation in your nose, making you susceptible to bleeding whenever you have any trauma to the nose, such as a blast of high-velocity air. Seeing an allergist or ENT will be the most helpful, but in the meantime, you can try moisturizing the nose with vitamin E oil, placed in the tip of the nose with the little finger or a cotton swab, at bedtime. ...Read more
Intermal Hemorrhoids: Rectal bleeding is a serious concern. Depending on your age, the two major surgical concerns are internal hemorrhoids and possibly malignancy. Other factors matter, i.e. - dark red v bright red bleedings, bleeding noticed on paper v blood with the stool. Either way - a visit to your doctor is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It can also be: Medications that you take. Metformin does this to many people. A low gallbladder ejection fraction could also cause similar symptoms if meals are fatty. It can also happen with salads for some people. If these is pain before the bm, you might want to get an abdominal ultrasound done. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
When we yawn: the facial muscles surrounding our eyes pull tight. This may put pressure on the lacrimal glands--the glands under our upper eyelids where tears are produced. They constantly release tears to keep our eyes moistened. The tightened muscles when yawning forces tears out that were being stored for later. It's another amazing way our bodies protect us! Stay well:) ...Read more
Not Uncommon: I'll assume that you are male from your question, but it doesn't change the answer. This is an established event, though not much is known as to the cause. The most recent research suggests a cross talk of certain nerves that trigger the sneeze from orgasm or sexual thought. Here is the url: http://jrs.Sagepub.Com/content/101/12/587.Full.Pdf+html take comfort in knowing you are not alone! ...Read more
Probably hormones: Bowel is affected by hormonal changes; colon, for example, has estrogen receptors, like breast and uterus. This can change function. Diet may change pre menses-chocolate cravings? This can affect gut function. Take meds like midol-can affect gut function too. Keep a diet diary, see if there are particular trigger foods. ...Read more
Many factors: This is called stress incontinence. Many factors including age and prior surgeries. Usually difficult to find one definitive solution. Obviously, treat illness that is causing chronic coughing. Reduction in weight (if overweight). Reduce consumption of caffeine or alcohol. Talk to gyn dr about pelvic floor exercises. Plan frequent toilet trips. Google "stress incontinence" for more options. ...Read more
IM scared to go poop because when i poop i always bleed i dont think thats normal, why is this happening to me?
Agreed: You should see your PCP for evaluation. Bleeding with bowel movements is not normal but can occur with something as benign as a hemorrhoid or as serious as colorectal cancer. You should see your PCP or a GI doctor for evaluation, especially if this has been occurring for awhile. ...Read more
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