Ruptured cyst on left ovary, blood in toilet paper. Is this normal ?
I was diagnosed with a ruptured cyst on my left ovary 3 days ago. I have been to the ER and gyno a couple times in these last few days... But this morning when I went to the bathroom I noticed blood on the toilet paper after I wiped. Then I noticed a little in my urine . Is this normal since I...
4 yr old got blood on toilet paper. What could be the reason?
3 weeks ago, after his bowel movement , i found light red blood on toilet paper, my son is 4 yrs old but does not complain of any pain, upset tummy or fever . he drinks plenty of water and his diet is healthy. should I be concerned? because i don t know what to think????? please advice
Blood in feaces and toilet
good afternoon. I am from Slovakia. so my english is not good enough. I want to ask me such a problem .... I have blood in faeces and toilet paper ... I think it s serious? thank you
For the last 2 days i have had dark brown/black blood on toilet paper when I wipe. In the toilet it's orangish red. I have esophageal veracies. Also taking s
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The problem you described indicates that you are having fresh blleding probably from esophageal varices.
You need to contact your primary care physician.
Im a teenger and someyimes when i got poop after i wipe there is blood on the toilet paper, is this something to worry about?
Certain conditions like anal fissure, piles, fistula, severe constipation, upper gastro intestinal tract bleed, carcinoma(very rare in your age), polyps needs to be ruled out as these could lead to bleeding.
Please consult a surgeon nearby
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