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Frequent bowel movements, feel at ease on evacuation, occasional bleeding. Cause?

I constantly have the necessity to go to the bathroom at least 4 times a day, I had change my diet , eating healthy , but nothing change so far, It seems that I evacuate all that I have eaten previous day, that is when I feel relieve, I noticed when I eat spicy food my colon hearts, some times I have seems blood . Regards
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Hello Good Evening,

This is looking like hemorrhoids as per your description, although hemorrhoids can cause heavy and chronic bleeding but any other bleeding source also can be found.

So you have to go to a surgeon for hemorrhoids diagnosis by Per Rectal and Proctoscopy examination to stop the further loss of any bleeding, moreover should be gone over a diagnostic Colonoscopy to search a any other active source of bleeding.

This chronic and heavy bleeding can cause severe anemia, which itself can cause severe weakness and many other serious symptoms.
Constipation can cause flare up of your hemorrhoids, so you should use some laxatives and avoid spicy foods.

So please do not take it lightly, go for proper evaluation and treatment (Blood transfusion may be needed) and surgery may be needed.


Dr. Naresh Jain
Answered: Mon, 5 Aug 2013
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