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Fever and mix of blood in poop. Can It be Haemorrhoids ?

For the past few days ive had a fever and thought that it was just one that would come and go, but its been almost 3 days now and I ve experianced a small mx of blood in my poop, when I wiped my butt it had blood on the tissue but i was only a small mix. At first I didnt get much poop out and it was just a light brown liquid with a bit of blood in the mix, my butt has been hurting but my stomach and everything else has been fine aside from the fever like symptoms, I ve had hemmoroids before but never had bloody poop. The bloody poop has not been loads of blood and I think it just may be Haemorrhoids. Please help
Asked On : Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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hi, it may be because of Hemmoroids./ fissure, severe constipation. if there is infection you may have fever. go for proper checkup please.
Answered: Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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