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I have had a hemorrhoid bleeding. What does this mean ?

A fortnight ago I was admitted to hospital after suffering from a very nasty water infection which caused me to not be able to urinate or walk. A catheter was inserted and I was on a drip. When they tested me they said that it looked like herpes caused by stress as well. I was in there for a week and was discharged last thursday. I have had a hemmorhoid for a couple of years now, but since being discharged from hospital it has changed shape like it is hanging. I just emptied my bowels and it was dripping with blood . What does this mean and should I get it treated ?
Asked On : Tue, 12 Oct 2010
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
Get back to your Dr. Or ask for home visit.

Better to show your treating Dr.

Have soft, Bland Diet. Excess medications and infection can cause significant acidity and body heat which may cause bleeding. In this case diet will help you.
feel free to drop in your querries ;
Answered: Sun, 20 Mar 2011
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