Zoloft is not associated with breast lumps or bleeding per rectum.
Any female with a breast lump needs to see their doctor for assessment, lumps can be due to benign causes however it is generally better to rule out the more sinester causes before assuming that it is benign.Your doctor will examine the lump then send you for an imaging test either an ultrasound
, depending on your age. The results will determine future management.
In terms of the per rectal bleeding- this can be as a result of straining when passing stool, hemorrhoids, diverticular disease
, presence of an anal fissure
, infective diarhoea, inflammatory bowel disease
, cancer of the colon.
Again for per rectal bleeding, you would need an asssesment by your doctor to determine the cause, it would involve history and examination. Investigations will be done as necessary but may include ba enema or coloscopy depending on the examination findings.
I hope this helps