I have bits of blood when I wipe after a poo
i have bits ov blood when i wipe after a poo and wee what does it mean? i have been having pain when i need a poo its like a sharp stabby ach in my bum and also in my ladys bits and after i have been to the toilet for a poo when i wipe i have blood i
I got blood when i wipe just after going pee
i came off the injection contraceptive and my periods have been irregular now i miss a month and it comes the following month also before and after my period when i go to the toilet when i wipe my vagina blood or brown is on the tissue what does that
Blood seen on wiping after passing motion. Reason?
yesterday i saw bright blood on my toilet paper not alot just like dots its always at the end when i wipe when i pooped i think i used alot of force well not alot but i struggled it was a large stool or hard and i saw blood on it then today i checked again and i saw cleaned myself and saw blood...
Blood while wiping, bleeding while sweating. Internal hemorrhoids?
I'm curious about hemorrhoids. I don't have any trouble going to the bathroom at least twice a day. No straining or anything. But most of the time lately, there's blood on the TP when I wipe. And when I'm sweaty in that area (after a shift in the hot kitchen), I bleed also. But...
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
Light red blood when wiping my bum?
Bleeding from the anus could be a sign of Hemhorroids or fissure. DO get examined by a general surgeon who can plan on the management.
19yrs female allargic to penicillin. felt dizzy and shaky and when i went to use the washroom when i went to wipe there was a faint bit of blood.
The blood on the wipes could be an indication about the presence of a fissure of a pile. do get examined by a proctologist.
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