How much is to much blood from rectal bleeding?

See your MD. Any rectal bleed should not be taken lightly. It can be as simple hemorrhoids or a sign of a serious condition. You should be seen by your Doctor and have a detailed thorough examination and work up should be done based on the findings of the examination. So if you have bleeding from rectum see your Doctor.

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Blood in stool rectal bleeding and alternating constipation and loose stool. Is it cancer?

Blood in stool. Suspicious but your age is in your favor unless a strong family history of colon or breast cancer. Likely another cause. I would see your PCP. Read more...

I need to figure out why rectal bleeding is always bright red blood?

From hemorrhoids. No rectal bleeding is "normal". Bright red bleeding is the least dangerous. Hemorrhoids -swollen rectal veins- can become irritated. The blood is 'fresh' and bright red anal fissures -cuts- are painful and produce bright blood. Warm baths with epson salts, creams like a;d help. Darker blood may come from a tumor or polyp. Upper GI bleeding may have black stools. Do see a doctor peter wilk, md. Read more...

I have been having pains in my lower body, followed by rectal bleeding. It happens once a month and there is a lot of blood. It lasts about 4 days.

Confirmation. Are you sure the blood is from your rectum and not from your period? If from the rectum see your doctor extremely soon like yesterday. Read more...
See doctor. Rectal bleeding is not normal in a young person. You want to have a physical exam done, so the doctor can determine the cause of the bleed. Plus, s/he may need to order labs to make sure you aren't anemic too, depending on the amount of blood loss. They will be able to tell if you have hemorrhoids or something else. You can get relief immediately by seeing your doctor. Read more...
You could have. Endometriosis which is endometrial tissue ( uterine lining tissue) inside your colon and it responds to your monthly hormones and bleeds like your uterus does monthly. If it is not regular monthly bleeding it could be something else. At any rate it is very important to see a GI doc as soon as you can. Read more...