Hello I have been having a problem for a while now I hope you can provide me some info.
1.I wipe after using bathroom but, almost always feel like I didnt wipe shortly after ao I go to bathroom and I indeed need to wipe
2.I am currently experienced hemmerhoids I believe. Itching and pain in rectal area.
3.Sometimes I see light redness in stool which mostly discolors the water.Never alot of redness and not always.
Your post is a little vague. I am assuming that you are referring to blood. An examination by a physician would be a good first step. Hemorrhoids are pretty common. If there is pain, one of the things to do with be to sit on a warm pool of water. The bleeding however, may mean more invasive interventions, hence, such a discussion would likely follow the consultation with the doctor.
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