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30 year old with blood with stool, irritation in the anus with stool discharge. What is it?

hi doctor. my problem is: after bowel movement and after i wipe i notic that i still have trace of poop in my underwear and i wil go and wipe again and after cuople hours i feel irritated in the area and i go and wipe again and find poop trace again. it gets worse when workout and or walk fast as it irritates me and when i wipe i find brown blood with stool . please help to identify my condition and how to cure it. i am a healthy male age 30. thank u in advance.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
If I were your treating doctor for this repeated defecation movement with blood I would come up with these possibilities , these includes .
1 Tension & constipation, as repeated strain for defecation causes incomplete evacuation of bowel .
When incomplete evacuation person always feel that some stool is inside and he have to pass it.
2 Worm infestation , diagnosis can be confirmed by stool examination as there also present intense irritation around anus.
This intense irritation gives feeling of defecation .
3 Hemorrhoids , diagnosis can be confirmed by physical examination by a surgeon as in this condition patient feels desire of defecation , itching around anus , blood after defecation or before.
4 As skin of anus is a mucus membrane and it is very soft and many times there develops dermatitis around anus skin . This dermatitis causes such type of symptoms, so consider this point also . Consult a dermatologist and get his opinion.
In my opinion as I mentioned above causes any one may be responsible for such type of symptoms, but first of all consult a surgeon and get his opinion.
Good luck. Dr. HET
Answered: Fri, 4 Oct 2013
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