Hemorrhoids are swollen and inflamed veins around the anus or in the lower rectum. Discuss topics including external vs. internal hemorrhoids, hemorrhoid bleeding, hemorrhoid creams, symptoms and treatments for hemorrhoids.
I have this rectal bleeding for almost four years,I have never asked a doctor about it..Im even afraid to look my feces,so i just wash with water every time I have bowel movement. I'm not sure if it is really hemorrhoids because its like a narrowing in the rectum, I also feel a pressure under my scrotum that makes my rectum narrow and pressured ..I am not sure but its how I feel. Every time I defecate I have to pull my scrotum up to ease my defecation. Do you think it is related with my Prostate?Testicles? Or Hernia? I cant feel any veins though to rule out hemorrhoids..So what do you think guys?I also have the urge to urinate all the time.Thanks in advance..
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