What causes vaginal bleeding after polyp removal and colonoscopy?
Unlikely to be cancer
thanks for your query.
Given that a full colonoscopy in may was normal, it is very unlikely that it would be cancer.
Also you have prior history of hemorrhoids. Hence I strongly feel that this is also due to hemorrhoids. That is the most common cause of blood in stools, especially on the toilet paper.
You should get a rectal examination by a surgeon, it would confirm the diagnosis. There is no need to worry at this point.
Hope this helps.
it will go
It should go away. Till that time I am sure your doc must have prescribed some treatment.
Sitz bath helps (sitting in a warm water bath) to reduce the inflammation. Also many ointments are available to reduce inflammation and bleeding.
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