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Blood in bowel movement, experiencing rectal pain, abdominal pain. What is the cause?

I ve had a large amount of blood in my bowel movement with some matter that looked more like tissue than feces (like what I d see when menstruating) on the toilet paper. There was absolutely no pain and I m still not experiencing rectal pain or abdominal pain . The blood wasn t bright like what would be assumed from a hemorrhoid , but neither was it dark or black. I am a woman in her mid twenties, but I m not menstruating. My diet hasn t changed almost at all in the past few months eating mild foods and the only meats are chicken with a very small amount of beef. Vegetables consume a lot of my diet because of finances not choice. I have given birth almost two years ago now, and I haven t had anal sex in nearly six years. What could be the cause of this?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Hi...if that was a single episode you may wait...sometimes it happens when we eat some improperly cooked food that bodybis not able to digest fully...if it recurrs show to a gastro physician and get a colonoscopy done...

Dr. Ashish Verma
Answered: Wed, 18 Dec 2013
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