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Blood in faeces with pain in anus suggestive of anal fissure - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Men's Health
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User :   any doctors in the room - need help immediately
Doctor :   Hi
User :   i have blood in faecal matter
User :   is this only anla fissure
User :   or something
User :   im 24 male
User :   slight pain in the anus
Doctor :   Since when are you having this?
Doctor :  
Did you have such symptoms in the past?
User :   i had 2-3 drops on tissue before but yesterday it was like 2-ml
User :   no
User :   first time
Doctor :   Is it fresh blood or dark stained blood?
User :   blood on the faeces
User :   looked fresh
Doctor :  
User :   red
User :   not dark
Doctor :  
This could be fissure.
User :   but bright red
User :   is it dangerous
User :   i have pain while i go to shit
Doctor :  
if you are stil bleeding you need to visit the ER.
User :   no i only get blood when i go to shit
User :   i cant efford ER i dont have insurence
User :   got laid off recently
Doctor :   There are creams and gels available
User :   so is this dangerous or just fissure
Doctor :   Fissures are not dangerous.
User :   so this just fissure and noting serious disease rite
Doctor :  
But if it bleeds again you need an Per rectal examination done to rule out hemorrhoids.

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