This question was answered on Tue 30, Mar 2010 08:42am by Dr. Harsh Abbott

what does it mean when you bleed when you poop and your butt hurts when you wipeand theres blood on the toleit paper?

    
Asked by chris159218 (Male; 14 ) on Mon 29, Mar 2010 02:57am

what does it mean when you bleed when you poop and your butt hurts when you wipe and theres blood on the toliet paper?

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Answer by Dr. Harsh Abbott  on Tue 30, Mar 2010 08:42am:

Hi, without physical examination it is difficult to specify the cause but blood in the stool means that there's some injury or disorder located somewhere in your GI tract. The closer the source of bleeding is to the anus, the brighter red the blood will be. If the bloody stool is bright red, then it may be due to hemorrhoids, constipation or anal fissures, but intestinal polyps, inflammatory bowel disease or diverticulosis can cause significant bleeding. Therefore I advise you to do your ultrasound abdomen, stool examination, and colonoscopy and consult your physician for these possibilities. Thanks.

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