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What cause of blood discharge when i go to toilet in the morning ?

I am 57 years old, a little heavily built and weigh 90Kg. Of late I discharge substance like blood when I go to toilet in the morning after some alcohol in the night.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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hello mr smith
it seems that the alcohol is causing subtle damage to the layers of stomach or intestine causing it to bleed.
other possibility could be that the source of blood could be near lower parts of intestine which may cause painless bleeding while going to toilet. cause could then be unrelated to alcohol.
in either case you should see a surgeon for a detailed examination and do get to find the actual cause without delay.
wishing you good health.
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Diabetologist Dr. Rajesh Yadav's  Response
Hello Anthony

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Painless blood loss during passing stools is most commonly due to a condition called hemorrhoids in the is bleeding from engorged blood vessel due to pressure of defecation. But it is possible in other conditions like infection ,anal fissure etc. It is best to get examined by a doctor since early treatment can prevent complications.till then try to avoid constipation and have fibre rich diet and plenty of water.


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