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... ANY COMPLAINT of rectal bleeding MUST BE FOLLOWED UP WITH A SCOPE. PLEASE do NOT let them get away with giving you an "occult stool card" to use at home to see if you are bleeding... ... (2 replies)
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Dec 10, 2005
... One thing I learned is that stress DOES NOT cause rectal bleeding and ANY blood from the rectum is NOT normal. A diagnosis NEEDS to be found. ... (1 replies)
... sister has been having blood in her stool for about 6 months with every BM. Her BMs are always hard and she complains of stinging and soreness with each BM. The bleeding is bright red streaks on the surface of the stool, colors the water in the toilet. and is bright red when she wipes. ... (1 replies)

... i am so scared- i have an appt for a consult on the 23rd for a colonoscopy- i have had rectal bleeding with mucous for 3 wks now- i have also had flat stools for a long time now- at least a year. i also have had spastic colon symptoms at times for many years- but never saw a dr. for it. i'm hoping my problem is a rectal prolapse and nothing more- i saw my dr last week she... (2 replies)
... I would like to stress to anyone having symptoms, especially rectal bleeding, to get yourself checked out as soon as possible. MOST times it turns out to not be as bad as your imagination makes it! ... (10 replies)
... up PET scan. The HD was clean, but they noted rectal wall thickening on the right side. It appeared with uptake from the injection. ... (14 replies)
... can cause many of these symptoms. Luckily the colitis did not effect the rectal area, but was a smaller patch much higher up. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, blood CAN be from cancer, but there is an equally good chance that it's not. ... (7 replies)
... Mucous does occur from increased contractions, but also will be present associated with rectal cancer because the tumor inhibits passage of stool, messing up the normal flow of the mucous. ... (12 replies)




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