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Blood in stool
Sep 8, 2006
... Hi: I'm going to echo EVERYONE'S sentiments... She NEEDS a COLONOSCOPY!!! This is the ONLY way of determining exactly WHERE the bleeding is coming from. For her to repeat the cards is ridiculous. The GP has positive evidence that she's bleeding on several occassions... what more do they want??? It's time for Mom or you to help Mom DEMAND that she be referred to a... (11 replies)
... was at early 19. Which was itching and not be able to sit still, small clumps which is symptoms for External Hemorrhoids. My doctor asked me to take a look at my anus at that time, but I am very shy and don't like others to peek at my private locations on my body so I told him not to. ... (1 replies)
Large polyp
Oct 15, 2006
... or tying a loop of suture around the base of the stalk... again, using a colonoscope to tie off any blood supply so they can just cut out the polyp. ... (9 replies)

... n the goes across the abdomen as the transverse colon and then comes down the left side as the descending colon. The colon actually stops several inches from the anus where you have the rectum....a different area and type of tissue that gets it's own form of cancer and that again is related to the STD, herpes. ... (26 replies)
... dy just didn't like it or something but it irritated me all the time. While I hated every minute of it, there are benefits to it. Chemo can wreak havoc on your blood vessels regardless of whether or not you have a port. It can narrow the vessels and make them difficult to access. ... (8 replies)
Friend of a friend
Nov 30, 2006
... A guy I went to university with, shared an apartment with him, has e-mailed me about a friend of his. (we live 1000+ miles apart now) His friend had been diagnosed with rectal cancer. The info he has given me so far is - cancer of the rectum. The tumor is about 5-6 inches in from the anus. Treatment: - 14 weeks x 5 days per week of radiation accompanied by a bottle... (10 replies)
... stressed out over the blood could play a role, though? ... (16 replies)
How common is it?
May 14, 2008
... But it is more than likely that the blood is a secondary effect of your current bowel problems. i.e. Either hemmeriods or an anal fissure. When small amounts of blood are present on the toilet paper rather than in the stool then it is very likely to be something related around the anus area. ... (9 replies)
... I've also had bleeding, from the anus, and an itchy anus as well. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I also recently have the same problem of dripping tons of blood in the toilet bowl. I went to see the doctor and he thinks it's a burst vein hemmoroid. ... (3 replies)
... GOOD LUCK, and feel free to ask any questions you have.:) Warm Regards, CancerDad:angel: (20 replies)
... back. I did some testing. I had a rash tonight and I was wiping and saw small, small amount of blood. Now I placed the toilet paper a little outside the actually anus hole, and could tell it was coming from there. Does this mean that my rashes are cutting the soft tissue around the anus which is causing blood? ... (1 replies)
... Hi Jenny Well I know for a fact that none of my parents have any cancer history. But don't the early stages of colon cancer have no symptoms. So the tiny pea sized bumps are what? What did you mean by colon or rectal cancer occurs on the upper anus? So by what I tell you do I think I have cancer? Im just really scared of the possibility. Thank you so much for replying. I... (26 replies)
... l is well until it's time to come out of my anus. Then it feels like I am pushing out ball of feces, it looks normal. But sometimes when I wipe I have bright red blood and sitting down isn't very comfortable. ... (6 replies)
... Hi am glad forthe good news and that u passby this surgrey well, my best wishes to you to get 100% well soon I know you need supprt but i need your support here too, my bro was diagnosed with rectal cancer tumer (pathology: "invasive moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma, grade II out of III") the tumor is 4Cms far from anus (according to the colonscopy) and it is... (3 replies)
... and she said I have hemorrhoids, and that is what the bump on my anus is, and is what most likely causes the blood I see on the toilet paper. She said it sounds like I have irritable bowel syndrome and that it's what most likely is causing the constipation and stomach pains. ... (8 replies)
... To start, i am a canadian living in taiwan, and i speak no chinese or i am very concerned about how to ask for certain things and what tests. I am hoping to find some answers here on what specific tests i should request be done, and i can try and find someone to translate it for me! Please, anything that may be useful. i am a straight male who is sexually... (2 replies)
... I was having a fairly good night. I was NOT symptom searching and was actually beginning to relax a bit...and THEN...I felt some soreness and pain in my buttcrack or gluteal cleft. It was high up ...maybe an two inches from the my tailbone. I went to wipe with a baby wipe ( I use them a lot) and noticed a small amount of blood. I wiped again and noticed some more... (2 replies)
... i am so scared at the moment. the last two times that i went to the toilet to do a number 2 i saw that there was blood litterally dripping out of my anus and all i could see was red in the toilet. i have a hemmoroid that has been there for a long time now. ... (3 replies)
Large polyp
Oct 13, 2006
... s. It was biopsied but was too large to remove during the colonoscopy. The biopsied part of the polyp came back negative for cancer, I also had a CT scan and CEA blood test which both came back fine. I'm awaiting an appointment date with a specialist at University of Chicago. ... (9 replies)

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