Bleeding Per Rectum, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment – Agrawal Gastrocare Center Indore

Bleeding Per Rectum

Rectal bleeding can range from being minor to being an indication of a serious condition and is a sign of several different medical problems. Typically, when someone mentions rectal bleeding, they mean bleeding from their rectum, which is the final few inches of their large intestine.

Additionally, bleeding from the stomach, duodenum, or other areas of the small intestine may flow through the large intestine and seem to start from the rectum. Rectal bleeding may sometimes only be noticeable under a microscope and not with the human eye. This kind of bleeding is typically noticed in a stool sample during a lab test.

Bleeding Per Rectum, Causes, Symptoms, Treatment - Agrawal Gastrocare Center Indore

Bleeding Per Rectum Symptoms

Blood from rectal bleeding can be a variety of colors, including bright red, maroon, black, or tar. Blood can show on your clothes, be on or in the faeces, be mixed with mucus in the stool, or be on the stool.

Rectal bleeding symptoms that frequently occur themselves include:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • unintentional loss of weight

Bleeding Per Rectum Causes

Rectal bleeding could be caused by a variety of factors. Typical causes include

  • Painful stools
  • Piles often referred to as hemorrhoids, which are frequently connected to constipation
  • Anal fissure or fistula: a little tear in the anus opening (a small channel that develops between the anus and skin)

Bleeding Per Rectum Treatment

The cause of the bleeding must be addressed in order to treat rectal bleeding. Rectal bleeding frequently signals a more serious problem that has to be treated. The bleeding typically ends after that condition has been treated.

The course of treatment will depend on the cause of the rectal bleeding. Making dietary or lifestyle changes and constipation issues may be the best course of action for some issues. There are several things you may do if you have rectal bleeding to assist control the issue.

Dr. Amit Agarwal
Director & Gastroenterologist Consultant
Agarwal Gastrocare Center Indore

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