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Question: Bleeding Anus and Blockage


 chandray - Mon Oct 22, 2007 3:29 am

34yrs. female. past x-ray found blockage on left side, apendix op 2years past, family history of haemoroids,
no current medication.

about 2 months past had severse stomach blockage found on x-ray (but not consitpated). doctor gave laxitives and said if not cleared up will look further. mostly cleared up. once every few weeks stomach very painful. no constipation. last went to toilet . about 3 or 4 softish stools. when wiped lots of blood. doesnt not seem to be in the stools. went once more later to the toilet and again lots of blood. when i flushed toilet you can see the water is all red. should i go back to gp or straight to a specialist. i am not in pain. no stomache pains. thank you
 Dr. Chan Lowe - Tue Nov 06, 2007 12:34 am

User avatar Hi Chandray,

This may be due to some bleeding internal hemorrhoids. I would recommend you see your regular doctor first. If needed, you can be referred to a GI specialist for further work up.

Best wishes.

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