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Why do I get blood in feces which does not stop and what diet should be taken to avoid this ?

For the last month, there has been a little bit of blood in my feces, almost always after I abort in the middle of a stool coming out, there s where I bleed. I thought it was normal so I didn t tell anyone about it, I m 15, with a more or less bad diet , but exercise a lot, about 1 hour a day. But today was when I was really, really, badly scared. I sat at the toilet, as I do everyday, and started to defecate, everything went fine, but when I was wiping, there was blood, a LOT, LOT of it. I noticed there was some king of stoll still stuck halfway but as I made my efforts to expel it, I couldn t do it, it was not a stool, God knows what it was, but when i wiped, these EXTREMELY weird things, about five of them, maybe a bit more or a bit less, they really looked weird, they were like... little pouches, I think they were translucent, but they were covered in blood. I then realized it wasn t a stool that was sticking out, it was... something else, I really don t know what it was, but I kept bleeding out of my rectum for another 20 minutes straight. I thought I wasn t gooing to stop bleeding and needed to tell someone, something which I m really embarrassed to do. What is this? How do I treat it? Is there a cure or something for what I ve got? Any specific diet or improvements to do to my current one? Please help me, this is absolutely horrifying :(
Asked On : Sat, 12 Nov 2011
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Welcome to healthcaremagic.
Bleeding from rectum can be due to various reasons like varying from hemorrhoids to cancer.From your history it appears that you may be having hemorrhoids or piles.It is important for you to approach a doctor without any hesitation.
Bleeding like this can lead to anemia and other complications.The weird things you observed might be blood clots itself.
I advise you to visit your GP and get examined.If needed you may need to see a gastroenterologist.Instead of finding a cure by yourself it is necessary for you to get a medical examination done.
Hope this helps.
Take care.
Answered: Sat, 12 Nov 2011
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