Rectal Bleeding: Possible Causes
Rectal bleeding is the presence of bright red blood on the tissue paper, or in the toilet. This may happen after a bowel movement. Gastrointestinal bleeding is bleeding from the upper part of symptoms digestive system.
You may notice the presence of black, tarry or maroon stools when you have a bowel movement. Upper GI bleeding may also be vomited.
You should notify your health care provider immediately bleeding you have painful bowel movements or bleeding in your stool. The bleeding may be heavy and constant.
It may be bright red, or maroon in color.
It may be passed through anal. If this form of bleeding occurs: Seek emergency assistance immediately.
Other Common Bleeding Problems: We strongly encourage you to talk with your health care professional about your specific medical condition and treatments.
The information contained in this website about bleeding problems and other medical conditions is meant to be helpful and educational, but is not a substitute for medical advice.
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