Every time I go to the toilet lately to do a poo when I wipe there is bright red blood on the toilet paper. I don't think I have a hemorrhoid?
Exam. You should have this evaluated. Rectal bleeding is not normal and could indicate a growth or condition in the rectum or lower intestinal tract. It's not an emergency unless you start bleeding more rapidly, but have it looked at soon.
Fissure. Anal fissures are very common and often don't need medical attention as they heal naturally. You may want to read a bit on line on sites that have more communication capacity than health tap on caring for an anal fissure at home. If the bleeding persists please see your physician.
I had bright red blood on my toilet paper and in the toilet after a bowel movement. I have had problems with hemorrhoids. Is it hemorrhoids?
Probably. This would be the most common cause of bright red rectal bleeding in a young adult with a history of hemorrhoid problems, especially if the blood is on the TP or free in the toilet bowel and not mixed with normal appearing stool. Constipation is contributory. If it persists, you should be evaluated to be sure there is not another more serious cause. Read more...
I have red blood on my toilet paper every time I wipe. I had an internal hemorrhoid diagnosed. Would this make it bleed every time I wipe?
It can. Not commonly, but it can if you have a prolapse of part of your rectum. You should see your provider. Read more...