Dark red blood clumps if sustained colonoscopy
Q: I’m a woman in my early 20s. The toilet was stained with blood when I was going to the bathroom. A dark red blood clot similar to menstrual blood came out. I was very surprised. What if it’s a bad symptom?
I’ve been constipated since childhood. I’m sure it’s hemorrhoids because there’s a lot of protruding teeth.
I searched on the Internet and I heard that the symptoms of dark red blood feces may be colon cancer and rectal cancer rather than hemorrhoids. I’m scared. I’m more worried because I eat instant food or fast food often. Should I visit the anus?
A: It’s very likely that the bleeding in the bowels is caused by the hemorrhoids. I recommend you visit the colon anus as soon as possible and get treatment. It’s good to take a bath every day.
Of course, the cause cannot be determined exactly by the color of the poop or by the symptoms of bleeding. Once you visit an anus, get proper treatment, and if the symptoms persist, you can get a colonoscopy. Don’t worry.