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When I go to washroom for potty blood comes with it, please help

When I go to washroom for potty blood comes with it ? plz tell why is it so? and wht i should do
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jan 2010
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Hi, many thanks for the query!
You should get physically examined for P/R examination & Proctoscopy
by your doctor.
You haven't mentioned about pain during defaecation that means most probably you may be having internal haemorrhoides.
Also, you haven't mentioned your age.
Do- Stool (R/M) & CBC.
Eat high fibre diet, green leafy vegetables, drink plenty of water.
Wish you a good health.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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Hi.. Blood in the stools can be due to fissures or due to infection.. If the bleeding persists, you may have to consult a doctor.. Drink plenty of water, reduce the spicy food intake and include plenty of vegetable and fibres in your diet to prevent this..

Answered: Mon, 25 Jan 2010
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