I am male, 21, also a rugby player. For the past couple of days I have found blood on tissue after going number 2. I thought I just had a fissure. Today happened again, except there was more blood than before. It was painless, no irritation, but a huge patch of blood. Went online to search for some answers and seems like I might have internal hemorrhoid. So what does everyone think? Is it something common or serious enough that I should go see a doctor? Do I have that or something worse like colon cancer?
FYI: don't know if it might be related but for the past week I have had lots of stress, having an irregular diet with lots of processed/microwaved food and not much veggies at all.
Hey, yes this could be an internal hemorrhoid and can happen to anyone at any age. The biggest thing is your diet but stay away from the creams and lotions and potions. You need a natural cure to end the bleeding and soon will be painful. So check out www.InstantHemorrhoidTreatment.com. You can get everything you need at the grocery store. Best of luck.
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