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Small amount of blood in stool.?

Postby ulric » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

On a normal day, I noticed small amounts of blood on my used toilet paper and upon closer inspection, there was some blood on on parts of my stool. Can someone provide me with some common causes and solutions? I am 14, and have never had problems of such before.
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Small amount of blood in stool.?

Postby percival » Mon Aug 28, 2000 10:00 pm

In most cases this is due to an anal fissure or hemorrhoids and both of these are often caused by constipation. Other causes are unlikely at your young age but if you want to see them you can see them in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22blood+in+stool%22&fr=ush-ans

You probably need to improve your diet as you seem to have a constipation problem.

For constipation, castor oil is very good for a one-off remedy as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22castor+oil+for+constipation%22&fr=ush-ans but it is unsuitable for regular use.

For constipation, suppositories, laxatives and enemas are all totally unnecessary if you eat the right foods.

All fruit and vegetables in very large amounts are laxative.

You need to permanently change your diet or you are likely to get colon cancer.

Constipation can make you extremely unwell and can lead to colon cancer as it causes a build up of carcinogenic toxins in the system.

The intake of foods such as milk, cheese, white rice, white flour and red meat should be restricted, because they tend to contribute to constipation.

Any food that has had the fiber stripped out, the nutrients processed out or slows down the digestion is a constipation culprit. Here's a list of foods shown to cause constipation problems:

•Meats, especially fatty meats, red meat and processed meats,

•Dairy Products, such as cheese, ice cream and whole milk,

•Fast Foods – burgers, French fries and other fried foods, pizza, etc.,

•Refined grains, like white rice or any refined white flour products,

•Highly starchy foods – white potatoes, corn and all refined grains,

•Pastries and other high sugar products, such as cakes, cookies and pies,

•Deep-fried foods, chips and other foods that are high in bad fats.

You can see lots more in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22natural+ways+to+relieve+constipation%22&fr=ush-ans which tells you "Natural Ways to Relieve Constipation" and the right foods to eat.
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Small amount of blood in stool.?

Postby grigor94 » Fri Aug 15, 2003 12:52 pm

In most cases this is due to an anal fissure or hemorrhoids and both of these are often caused by constipation. Other causes are unlikely at your young age but if you want to see them you can see them in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22blood+in+stool%22&fr=ush-ans

You probably need to improve your diet as you seem to have a constipation problem.

For constipation, castor oil is very good for a one-off remedy as in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22castor+oil+for+constipation%22&fr=ush-ans but it is unsuitable for regular use.

For constipation, suppositories, laxatives and enemas are all totally unnecessary if you eat the right foods.

All fruit and vegetables in very large amounts are laxative.

You need to permanently change your diet or you are likely to get colon cancer.

Constipation can make you extremely unwell and can lead to colon cancer as it causes a build up of carcinogenic toxins in the system.

The intake of foods such as milk, cheese, white rice, white flour and red meat should be restricted, because they tend to contribute to constipation.

Any food that has had the fiber stripped out, the nutrients processed out or slows down the digestion is a constipation culprit. Here's a list of foods shown to cause constipation problems:

•Meats, especially fatty meats, red meat and processed meats,

•Dairy Products, such as cheese, ice cream and whole milk,

•Fast Foods – burgers, French fries and other fried foods, pizza, etc.,

•Refined grains, like white rice or any refined white flour products,

•Highly starchy foods – white potatoes, corn and all refined grains,

•Pastries and other high sugar products, such as cakes, cookies and pies,

•Deep-fried foods, chips and other foods that are high in bad fats.

You can see lots more in http://au.search.yahoo.com/search?p=%22natural+ways+to+relieve+constipation%22&fr=ush-ans which tells you "Natural Ways to Relieve Constipation" and the right foods to eat.
You could have just teared the outside of the anus especially if the stool was larger and very dry. which can be very normal. Small amount of Bright red blood is usually this. Now dark Blood inside the stool and always there is alarming, and requires medical attention
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Postby aeccestane » Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:35 am

It's very normal to tear the skin tissue and cause bleeding if your anus is dry. If it is coming in with your feces, you should have to see a doctor as it could be a sign of cancer.
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Small amount of blood in stool.?

Postby tancred » Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:57 am

On a normal day, I noticed small amounts of blood on my used toilet paper and upon closer inspection, there was some blood on on parts of my stool. Can someone provide me with some common causes and solutions? I am 14, and have never had problems of such before.
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