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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...

Is it normal to have hemorrhoids for years? / secretion from penis while passing a bowel movement? I've been noticing for a couple years now a majority of the time I pass a bowel movement there is a little blood on the toilet paper. I went to the doctor an

Having . Having blood with a bowel movement can be caused by several issues, including hemorrhoids or anal fissures. Since it has been persistent, you should have these rechecked. I agree with your doctor about the discharge from your penis, but if it changes in amount, or you have pain, then you should be re-evaluated. Read more...
Hemorrhoids . Hemorrhoids can be a chronic problem. The most effective approach to hemorrhoids is to address the issues that lead to their development. Obesity, constipation, and sitting for prolonged periods (particularly on the toilet, which increases pressure on the veins around your rectum) all contribute to hemorrhoids. Heavy lifting may also play a role. As for the penile emission that accompanies your bowel movements, i agree with the doctor who evaluated you two years ago. The back portion of your prostate protrudes into your rectum, so as stool passes through your rectum it compresses your prostate and squeezes fluid into your urethra. This could be particularly noticeable in a man who's constipated and who strains to empty his bowel. I've attached a couple of links that provide more information about hemorrhoids and constipation. I hope that helps! http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/hemorrhoids/ds00096 http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/constipation/ds00063. Read more...

I occasionally find blood on toilet paper after having a bowl movement. Its not a lot, just enough to notice. Could this be any more than a hemorrhoid?

BRBPR. This may just be hemorrhoids from straining but bleeding from rectum (brbpr) may also indicate anal fissures, proctitis (due to infection, inflammatory bowel disease, radiation therapy, stercoral ulcers, rectal prolapse, trauma, etc.) or a bleeding source further upstream. Depending on your age, risk factors, current medication (aspirin, nsaids, anticoagulants can cause bleeding), see your doctor. Read more...

What could cause blood on toilet paper after bowel movement?

Many things. Most likely is hemm, or rectal tear, fissue or cut, but sometimes it can be from something more serious, like colon precancer or cancer or other bowel conditions so you should see a GI specialist or a general surgeon who specializes in colo-rectal for an evaluation. Read more...

What causes blood on the toilet paper and toilet bowl during a bowel movement?

Bleeding. That is called rectal bleeding. Could be a rectal fissure. Could be a hemorrhoid. Depend on your age, if you are more than fourth you need a colonoscopy to rule out any bleeding higher up.if keep happening g regardless of your age see a doctor. Read more...