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Pain and itchiness in the anus, blood in stool suggestive of heamorrhoids - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help you
User :   i have a problem when i use the bathroom i have noticed blood on my stool and on tissue and i have a scratchy feeling when i walk around my anus and sometimes it itches
Doctor :   age, gender
User :   25 male
Doctor :  
ido yuo have pain
User :   sometimes slightly
Doctor :  
swelling around the anus
Doctor :  
since how many days you have htis problem
User :   my wife said it is very red around my anus'
User :   its on and off it doesnt happen all the time
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
blood and mucus ,, since how many days
Doctor :  
User :   like sometimes i will have it for 2 or 3 days
User :   and it will stop
User :   then it will reocur
User :   sometimes it feels like i am sitting on something hard
Doctor :  
ok, any alteration in the stools
Doctor :  
like constipation or loose stools
User :   not that i know of
Doctor :  
it could be heamoriods, or striture
User :   what is a striture
Doctor :  
or inflamartion with pin worm
Doctor :  
is a crack near the anus
User :   i was afraid it was something serious

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