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Blood in stools. Urine normal. No pain. What to do?

i need some help was 2009 when i experienced this..everytime i poop there is a blood comes out in my pee hole its fresh blood..then it suddenly stopped bout months ,months then again it will happen again everytime i poop.,ive benn in urine examination but my urine is normal i dnt have any uti too but then again this week it happened again one night i saw blood again and it comes out in my pee hole again the weird thing is itsn ot painful and nothing hurt tho its just blood comes out..wats the best thing to do about scared..
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Diabetologist 's  Response

If the urine tests are normal then the source of bleeding is unlikely from the urinary tract.

Fresh blood is mostly from the lower GI tract. Because it is always following defecation.

It may be due to hemorrhoids or fissure in ano or due to hard stools.

You need a Per rectal examination and colonoscopy to arrive at a diagnosis.

The second source of bleed may be from your genital tract.

You need an ultrasound of the abdomen and a Gynecologist consultation.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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