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Bright red blood and sharp pain during bowel movement. (Please help!)?

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June 20, 2019 / By Beverly
Question: Every time I have a bowel movement I have sharp pains as it passed a certain spot. Once it passed that spot there' no more pain. It feels as if there's "something" there stuck at that particluar spot in my anus. I also have bright red blood on the toilet paper and sometimes there's a spot of blood on the feces. When it first started there was only blood occasionally when it was difficult passing, but now it's every time. Could it be pollops or hemmoroids? I'm only 18 years old and it's been happening Atleast a year. I know I should really go to the doctor, but I don't have insurance, so I was hoping someone on here could give me some advice as to what you think it could be. I was reading about polyps and it says that they are heritary and both my grandparents have had some removed before.
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Aileen Aileen | 2 days ago
Could be hemorrhoids. Do you have little pouches sticking out the anus? Even if you don't, you could still have them up inside. OR, like you suggested, you could have polyps. Blood with bowel movements should always be checked out by a doctor. If you do not have insurance, find a University Hospital with a clinic (usually free or very low cost) and get an exam. You could have something more serious, like colon cancer. Not wanting to scare you.....but facts are facts. However, if this is a chronic problem, and you have not experienced unexplained weight loss, it probably is not cancer. Especially since you are still alive. Please find a way to see a doctor.
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Aileen Originally Answered: Sons bowel movement being bright green?
A green bowel movement "normally" is that body getting rid of infection, typically as a child is in the last stages of pneumonia, the flu and other infectious type sickness, the feces will turn green, but often it is light enough we don't notice it. Just keep and eye on him, if he feels warm someone needs to take him temp with a thermometer, a fever can be an incredibly dangerous thing. Also foods can change the color, usually it has to be a pretty good amount, also frosting from store bought cakes, like birthdays cake and cupcakes can turn the feces color. My son had a Cars cake and about 12 hours later he had BRIGHT red feces. Usually if a food is going to affect the bowels it will do so within 12 hours, give or take a little. Two days ago shouldn't still be in his system. Just watch him, he may have a cold or something similar. If he gets a fever that you can't keep down with medicine and cool wipe downs, take him in and make sure you mention the green color. It could be an intestinal infection.

Toby Toby
more than likely it's hemmoroids, I don't know your age. don't worry so much about the blood as the pain....you should be taking a stool softener and try tucks cleansing pads. thay have a numbing agent in them. Also try anusol or another type of hemmoriodal prep. If the pain and discomfort don't stop with these small changes... they see a dr. you could also try hot sits bath and then the cream. don't wear tight clothing and change you undergarments often.
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Randulf Randulf
Hemorrhoids are associated with constipation and straining at bowel movements. How to get rid of hemorrhoids https://tr.im/wAsQe Pregnancy is also associated with hemorrhoids. These conditions lead to increased pressure within the hemorrhoidal veins that causes them to swell. Other conditions, for example chronic liver disease, may also cause increased venous pressure and may be associated with hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are very common and are estimated to occur in up to one-half of the population by age 50.
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Marty Marty
Hi Sugur could be either you mentioned. Try useing a bowel softner. But you really should see a Dr. Sugur. It could be hemeroids or something more serious. Reminder I'm not a Dr. or medical person. I'm just saying my opinion. Good Luck. Jim
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Jesse Jesse
Go to a DOCTOR YESTERDAY! DO NOT Procrastinate! Can't afford a doc? Go to an emergency room...the illegals can get free care there....so can you.
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Jesse Originally Answered: what cause you to not have a bowel movement?and when you go there be pain to go. help please?
You are constipated as well as having hard stools. You need to increase your liquid intake and eat more fresh fruits and veggies as well as other high fiber foods. Go to the store and pick up some colace aka docusate to help soften your stools and a fiber supplement such as metamucil, citrucel or benefiber. Do NOT strain on the toilet as this can cause hemorrhoids.

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