Category - anal
Mild causes associated with rectal bleeding include anal fissures or small tears in the lining of the anus constipation or passing hard. the most common causes of rectal bleeding include the following. Anal fissures fissures are tearing and bleeding of the rectal or anal tissue. Hemorrhoids these are swollen veins either inside the rectum or beneath the outer skin of the anus. These enlarged veins can bleed easily under additional pressure, such as when you are having a bowel. The bleeding may result in bright red blood in the stool as well as maroon colored or black stool. The bleeding also may be occult (not visible with the human eye). The common causes of rectal bleeding from the colon include anal fissure, hemorrhoids, diverticulosis, colon cancer and polyps, colonic polyp removal, angiodysplasias. Anal bleeding can be caused by an anal fissure a small, painful tear in the skin around your anus (bottom). In some cases of irritable bowel syndrome (ibs), regular constipation causes anal fissures and, as a result, anal bleeding. If you also have a discharge from your anus, you may have an anal fistula. During anal sex, a person can tear the wall of their partners anus, resulting in anal fissures. if bleeding is associated with an already diagnosed medical condition, a doctor will discuss ways to manage, reduce, and track symptoms. an anal fissure is a small tear or crack in the lining of the anus. If you experience severe pain or bright red bleeding during or after bowel movements, you may have an anal fissure. Diverticular bleeding is the most common cause of bleeding from the lower gastrointestinal tract. While diverticular bleeding is usually painless and tends to get better on its own, diverticulitis -- inflammation of one or more diverticula -- can cause abdominal pain, fever, chills and rectal bleeding.