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Bleeding after bowel movement . Soreness in the anus. Hemorrhoids?

Good morning doctor! Well for the last few days when I wipe after having a bowel movement I see a little bit of blood (red blood) on the toilet paper. My left side of the anus feels a little raw, so I'm guessing its a hemroid? Also when I wipe I see tiny black specs on the paper? Can you please tell me the possibilities of what this could be? Thank you doctor and I hope you are having a great day so far!!
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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Hemorrhoids occur due to long standing constipation or irritabe bowel disorder.
Have fiber rich diet and plenty of fluids
Sitz bath before passing motion to heal hemorrhoids

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Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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