At some point in your life you may develop hemorrhoids. The first time it happens it may be indicated by a simple blood smear on your toilet paper, (it may be harder for women to detect and they might think their period is out of cycle), to a full toilet bowl of bright red blood. Both can be a cause for alarm if you’re young and don’t have a history of hemorrhoids.
Tagged: bloody stool
When a tear occurs along the lining found in your lower rectum, anal fissures is the term used to describe the condition. This condition can lead to recurring pains when you go for bowel movements. They do not normally become protracted or lead to other ailments.