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Bleeding after poop
Around a month ago, i had severe constipation ( i was pooping daily, but the issue was bit hard stool). I was taking medicine pH4 (, prescribed by doctor) at that time. I was also taking calcium supplements at that time. So one day i had to strain too much for poop and that day i got bleeding from rectum. After that i felt some small bump around anus which sometimes come n go,Not itchy. But after that whenever I strain much for poop, i get like one to two drop of blood on toilet sheet. Is something to get worried?
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Looks piles.Take physical examination in clinic/Gen surgeon
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May be piles.  Avoid constipation.  Drink plenty of warm water   stool exam adv.  Avoid fried things and non veg  if no relief  contact through online
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Hello ,the problems you are telling are suggestive of haemorrhoids .You must get examined by a general surgeon for that .No use of wasting time online. It is also known as piles in common language
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Where do you stay sir
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Can help you, kindly provide me detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Kindly Consult
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A detailed history would help in understanding your situation better. Kindly consult at your convenience.
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Please consult and meet a Surgeon
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