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Have rectal bleeding. Endoscopy report showing hemorrhoids. Correct diagnosis?

hi i hope you can help for about 6 months now i go to number 2s every time i go to the toilet and it always ends up with my bum bleeding , even when i dont go to the toilet i still have the bleeding from my bum..... i been to doctors had an endoscopy i think its called they said was hemoroid so been treating that but it still doing no good and my bum is so so sore
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Thank you for the query.

The most common reason of the fresh blood in stool are hemorrhoids. So if you have had colonoscopy and it revealed nothing more than hemorrhoids, this is correct diagnosis. Moreover, if the blood is bright red and on the surface of the stool, this indicates hemorrhoids as well.
Depending of the stage of hemorrhoids it might be hard to treat hemorrhoids without surgery (especially if they are visible outside the rectum). So if your symptoms do not go away you should visit a surgeon and ask about surgery.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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