Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.
Bright red blood in stools is indicative of fresh bleeding - most likely from the rectum
/ anus. The most common cause for this is an anal fissure
or a hemorrhoid
. Anal fissures may not be obvious by external examination and could be the most likely cause of your daughter's symptoms.
Since the second episode of bleeding is only minimal, I don't think that you have to get worried. Ensure that there is free bowel movements and avoid constipation
by all means. In addition to taking a lot of fruits and vegetables, avoid spicy, oily or had foods and make sure that she drinks plenty of fluids.
Dr. Sheeba Stephen