Have large hemmeroid. Wiped after bowel movement and lots of blood and dime sized clot on paper. Lots of blood in toilet water. Normal to see clot?

Blood is abnormal. If you are bleeding that much from a hemorrhoid, you need to see a surgeon to take care of it you can try stool softened, high fiber diet, lots of water and sutz baths, but I'll be you need them treated surgically .

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I've had a history of hemorrhoids, I just had a bowel movement and I the toilet was red and when I wiped there was a little blood clot is that normal?

No. Most common causes would be bleeding from a fissure or hemorrhoid, but you should let a doctor figure it out. The majority of these things happen from constipation. Read more...
Could be. As a physician I do not like to describe things as "normal" or not but use ideas like expected or understandable. We are born with hemorrhoidal tissues and bright red blood and even small clots can come from them. If there was no pain then it probably was not a tear or fissure. Keep an eye on this and if it continues you really need to see a provider and have a rectal exam if not short scope. Read more...

I had a bowel movement, did not strain much but wiped and had lots of blood on paper with clots. Blood in toiled. Every time I have bowel movements see blood today. More bowel movements than normal? Can you tell me what is going on. I am on blood thinners.

Blood . Blood on the outside of stool or seen only on the paper suggests hemorrhoids. Bloodmixed with stool suggests a bleeding source higher in the bowel, which can in turn represent infection, inflammation, vascular malformation, and tumor among other causes. If you are seeing blood on your toilet paper on a regular basis, or if you have blood mixed with stool, you should see a gastroenterologist. You will probably need a colonoscopy. Read more...

Had bowel movement. Had to push a bit. Felt like it scraped me on the exit. Lots of pinkish blood in toilet and a bit on toilet paper. Should I panic?

No! Panic is pointless. Also, pale pink is likely to be a minor issue - but minor only means that a good exam will lead to a good solution based on an exam, Dx and treatment. Avoid possible infection. Call for an appointment now. 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...