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Old 06-07-2022, 05:15 AM   #1
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For a long time now Iíve been getting stomach aches almost everyday and diarrhea too I figured this was from anxiety and ignored it. Today I went to bathroom and when I got up there was some blood dripping onto bowl but not on the stool but it scared me. Iíve had had blood on toilet paper sometimes but assumed it was from it hurting. Then read about how all these are symptoms of colon cancer and now Iím terrified please anyone have these symptoms and are ok
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If its drippy, i would think more likely hemorrhoids, which are more a minor inconvenience and easily fixable, though irritated by diarrhea (at least mine are), either way you want to get that checked out.
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Old 06-08-2022, 12:01 AM   #3
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Today I didnít have a stomach ache and I went normal everything looked ok but butt hurts after pooping might of been little tiny blood on seat. You think Iím ok I really donít want to go to the dr for this and go through all Idk what to do
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I use hemorrhoid suppositories, with a bit of hemorrhoid cream applied to the tip to make them easier to slide in. Also the adult baby wipes are soothing and make it easier to get your butt clean. And to feel around back there as to what is going on. Also sitting in a hot bathtub (or a sitzbath) after pooping will help ease any pain. There are these tubs called sitz bath you can get at amazon or a pharmacy that fit over a toilet seat that you fill with hot water that you then sit in.

I do not like preparation h - they are so greasy. I prefer the anusol brand of creams and suppositories. Good luck.
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Hi the past week I didnít have any stomachache or diarrhea. I was on period but today last day of it got stomach ache and diarrhea and Iím worried the diarrhea was very dark and yesterday light blood bottom of bowl
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