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... scopies before. But after having divertriculitis Nov. 04 and then losing dad to colon cancer, I decided it was time for another colonsocopy. They found several polyps and took 5 biopsies. There were medium diverrticula and small internal hemorrhoids. ... (1 replies)
... I am not sure about the polyps but I know internal hemorrhoids can cause pressure in the anal area if they are protruding and in bad condition. ... (2 replies)
... he said he found a couple of internal hemorrhoids. he didn't do a colonoscopy so i was wondering, would he have seen polyps without doing one ? ... (5 replies)

Colorectal cancer?
May 28, 2017
... The only other thing that causes bleeding is internal hemorrhoids. ... (1 replies)
... uman emotion and quite normal. I don't think yours is malignancy. IMO and only my opinion...It's more likely benign issues whether GYNO or GASTRO, perhaps even internal hemorrhoids or benign polyps affecting the appearance of your BM. You will know for sure immediately following your test on Friday. ... (68 replies)
... When a polyp is found, they biopsy it - don't freak out just yet, they biopsy everything they remove (as they should)! It sounds like upon visual inspection, your doc isn't very worried, so take some deep breaths while you wait for the results. Once benign polyps are found, colonoscopies every 3-5 years are pretty standard. Of course, you should always consult a doc if you... (2 replies)
... Hi I had my first Colonoscopy today as i have been having rectal bleeding. I am a 44 year old female. The doctor said he removed a small polyp, and i had some internal hemorrhoids he said he thought would be ok with diet changes. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like you might have internal hemoroids wich may be causing the pain. ... (1 replies)
... sample Fecal Ocult Blood Test, which he said came back negative. He said I did have internal hemorrhoids and a tag from and external one a while back. ... (5 replies)
... Internal hemorrhoids could cause the bleeding you are mentioning. If the bleeding is worrying you, discuss it with your doctor, but most likely this is the cause. ... (2 replies)
... t even bother to schedule a consult or a face to face so why they would do that made me nervous too. I have a family history of polyps and one uncle who died of colon cancer. I started looking all over the internet for information and got more worried than I needed to be. ... (45 replies)
... The doctor found internal hemorrhoids. That explains the bleeding. However, he found nothing else wrong inside. That is great news. Although a little bit strange at the same time. ... (45 replies)
... If the test that you have taken at home is the occult fecal blood test, it is not very reliable because polyps can bleed intermittently and you might be doing the test on days when there happened to be no bleeding. ... (2 replies)
... Turns out, I have internal hemorrhoids. Yay! No polyps or anything, thank goodness. ... (0 replies)
... no polyps, mild internal hemorrhoids and diverticula. So all was well. I was so thankful! Thanks again for your interest, backslide05! ... (6 replies)
... you absolutely should have a colonoscopy. Internal hemorrhoids can exist along with cancerous or precancerous polyps. ... (2 replies)
... Just going by my own experience.. my gastro doctor has never removed my internal hemorrhoids which has caused bleeding for years and I think as a general rule they do not during colonoscopies. ... (1 replies)
... What they did tell me they found was some substantial sized internal hemorrhoids. Which may or may not have prevented me from going to the bathroom on my own for 2 months. ... (0 replies)
... It is possible to have hemorrhoids, a tumor, or polyps with no bleeding. First, bleeding is commonly occult, meaning it cannot be seen with the naked eye. ... (10 replies)
... only internal hemorrhoids which he said was definitely causing the bleeding. Thank GOD and thanks to all of you here who remembered me in your prayers. ... (10 replies)


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