To answer your question, it would be appropriate to also know your age. Some of the worrying features of back ache include pain in the very young or older patients, rest pain, night pain, fever
, weight loss
, associated limb weakness or numbness
and bladder or bowel dysfunction.
So it may be possible that the back ache is not related to your haemorhoids. However you should see a specialist to make sure that it is a hemorrhoid
that was found on colonoscopy
and not anything else.
At the same time, it is advisable to see a doctor or an orthopedic specialist regarding the back ache.
The fact that you have altered bowel movement could be related to having haemorrhoids or a colonic mass or to the back ache. Therefore you need to see both specialists for a proper examination.