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Heavy bleeding with stools with abdominal, lower back and anal pain followed by weakness, nausea, chills. Cause and remedy?

Hello. I am a 24 year old female. I am about 5 5 and 240 lbs. I have been experiencing every few months or so heavy bleeding when I poop. So badly that it fills the toilet and I can not see anything except bright red blood. It hurts both in my abdomen and lower back/tail bone region as well as the anus . It literally feels like I am urinating out of my rectum while pooping. Durring and afterwards I feel extremely weak, tired, light headed, nauseated, shakey, and cold . It s a struggle for me to even keep my eyes open or speak sometimes. This can last for an hour or a day after it happens. It started out with slight blotches on my toilet paper and has continuously gotten worse. I don t have insurance currently and am very scared. What could it be and what should I do?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have a profuse fresh rectal bleeding off and on.Most likely this is due to a polyps in the rectum or colon.You have to consult Gastroenterologist who may do proctoscopic examination and colonoscopy to ascertain the cause of bleedin. Please do not neglect your problem ,as profuse bleeding may put you in other problems like severe anemia,,
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