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I got blood in stool but i don't have constipation

i am 23yrs old. one month ago i delivered my 2nd child. i had my 1st child 1yr 9 months before. both deliveries are normal. but i am taking thyroxin for last 1yr 4 months. i stoped bleeding 2 weeks after delivery. but there is few blood on and off. now 5 weeks after, i have noticed bleeding during stool pass. i dont have constipation . and there is no pain. but there is bright red blood in bowls and i have noticed a small tissue(around 1cm) like blood in the bowl. is this something serious? i feel week and thirsty during evening
Asked On : Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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Hi, Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum.
Get yourself examined by a Surgeon to rule out Hemorrhoids. These are common during pregnancy. Eat fiber rich fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Drink plenty of water and avoid straining while passing stools.
Take Care.
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