hi I have itchybottom and a very small amount of blood apears on toiletpaper when I wipe my ... of months.. I have to avoid the discomfort of itchybottoms put garlic paste to my anus but have stopped ...
a couple times in these last few days... But this morning when I went to the bathroom I noticed blood on the toiletpaper after I wiped. Then I noticed a little in my urine . Is this normal since I have a ruptured ...
until i urinate and need to wipe. i ve used several different toiletpapers and haven t necessarily noticed an improvement although there are some toiletpapers that tend to aggravate the situation. i have ...
Dear doctor, I am 7 weeks pregnant and just noticed a few very small specs (flakes?) of red blood in the toilet after I urinated. They were about the size of a pencil tip. It was really very little blood ...
, that it was a lot of blood on the doorhandle. It was not very wet, but i m not sure it was compleatly dry. I didn t think about it until later, but could i have got any of this blood from my hands ...
the third day it was gone. But I noticed after I used the restroom and wiped ... blood would be on the toiletpaper. This has never happened before and I m a little concerned. I only see blood when I wipe ...
When I pee, I can see a small hint of blood. And when I wipe myself, it is on the toiletpaper too. Should I be worriedor scared What should I do?
I read your query and i should say yes you have to worry because hematuria is a sign of hazardous disease.
Ive been experiencing a lot of blood in the toilet and on toiletpaper when I do #2. What type of doctor should i see?
Hi. Thanks for posting your concern at HCM
I would keep a possibility of Piles. A surgeon would be the best one to handle it.
Im a teenger and someyimes when i got poop after i wipe there is blood on the toiletpaper, 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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