Can internal non-bleeding internal hemorrhoids cause an incomplete bowel a movement?

Yes possible in few. But not usual symptom., see you your doctor to find other causes , that cause incomplete evacuation of rectum , after examination , endoscopy may perform anorectal mono- metric studies , to solve your problem.

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There is no swelling or extreme pain. But there is bleeding during strained bowel movement. Could this be internal hemorrhoids?

Yes. Rectal bleeding may be caused by hemorrhoids. Colonoscopy is the standard of care to evaluate rectal bleeding in people over 40. Read more...
Could. Be internal hemorrhoids as they usually are associated with painless bleeding, could also be a chronic fissure which may alos bleed painlessly. More importantly one should determine the reason for having to strain to have bm. Probably best to get checked by a GI doctor or a colorectal surgeon. Read more...

Is it safe to have anal sex with internal hemorrhoids? There is only slight bleeding during bowel movements so is it safe or no?

Not recommended. You should be symptom free (no pain or bleeding) ideally before anal sex. If you have internal hemorrhoids, i would recommend against anal intercourse as this can exacerbate the issue . If they are in fact internal hemorrhoids, you can consult a surgeon for banding to resolve the issue. Meanwhile, to reduce flares, also avoid straining and keep stools soft. Read more...

Every few weeks I see a very small amounts of blood on the tp after a bowel movement. Doctor said internal hemorrhoids. Can they bleed like this?

Yes. Intermittent small amts of blood from anal canal usually from fissure or internal hemorrhoids. Rectal exam can confirm this if digital produces the small amts of blood. If there is a question, endoscopy will clarify situation. Read more...

Do internal hemorrhoids bleed even with small bowel movements?

They can. Yes, especially if what you mean by "small" bowel movements is hard , dry stools. Increase water intake to at least 64 oz/day, eat fruits and veggies, and add a daily fiber supplement (psyllium is recommended). A more deformable stool will scrape the hemorrhoids less, and decrease the bleeding. If not- see your doctor. Read more...

How long will it take for my internal hemorrhoids to go away? What can I do to get rid of them? I have painful bowel movements that bleed.

Probably. Not your internal hemorrhoids as they usually bleed without pain. Pain and bleeding is most often due to a fissure. If your regular doctor can't make the diagnosis see a colorectal surgeon. Read more...
Psyllium Fiber. If you want to only care for this without any surgical intervention, then psyllium fiber or an equivalent is likely the best treatment for long term. Make sure you purchase unflavored psyllium. Start with a teaspoon a night mixed in 16 oz of water every night. Unless they are stuck out and causing significant pain or itching, surgery can usually be avoided. You should consider seeing your doc. Read more...

I'm having rectel bleeding every time I have a bowel movement. Will hemorrhoids cause constant bleeding like im experiencing?

Possibly. ..But don't assume that's the problem. You need to be examined, and be prepared to describe the volume, color , and characteristics of the blood. Be aware of any other associated symptoms. Now, call your doctor. Good luck. Read more...

Hi, im a teenager and for a while I've been having incomplete bowel movements and a swollen anus. But no bleeding, could this be hemorrhoids or not?

Yes, possibly. Sounds like simple constipation (eating your fruits and vegetables?) with straining causing engorgement of your external hemorrhoids, thus no bleeding (yet!). Try more fiber, more water, some exercise and stool softeners also might be helpful. If this problem persists beyond these simple measures, discuss it with your health provider. Read more...

Hi I think I have a copper deficiency because I was taking zinc and now my bowel movements hurt, bleed, and cause hemorrhoids, is this accurate?

That's a stretch... Sounds like you are too heavily relying on anecdotal supplements and lay advice. Recommend you get professional answers (more than your vitamin shop or buddy can provide). Bleeding is never normal, and deserves medical attention. Don't ignore it, and don't assume its just from hemorrhoids please. Get tested and appropriate help from your doctor. Read more...