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 and there was nothing on the toilet paper. I don't have any discomfort or...
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...
Hello, I'm 12 weeks pregnant and the last 2 day I'd been in the toilet i had blood in the toilet paper after the excretion. Is it serious?
I hope you are not bleeding per vaginally. Per vaginal bleeding will need medical attention at the earliest. Perhaps the blood was related to hard stool, fissure and local causes which are not very sinister.
i am 32 weeks pregnant and i went to the restroom and i wiped myself and there was a light brown streak on the toilet paper should i be worried? is this normal?
Occasional brownish discharge is common in the third trimester of pregnancy.
However, it is better to consult your doctor and rule out any signs of preterm labour.
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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