Hello...I was hoping someone can help with a question...about 3 weeks ago after a bowel movement I noticed a fair amount of blood on the toilet paper..since then evweryttime I have a bm I seem to bleed a lot...I have read that herpes on the Anus cause fissures..would herpes bleed a lot and last for 3 weeks?
It sounds like you are constipated if you don't have any pain, itching, burning or feel sores or lumps in that area then I wouldn't be worried about an STD. Yes herpes does bleed but you need to be tested to find out. I can't say that you have HSV2 you have to see a doctor. Also have you felt any abnormalities in that area because that is a very sensitive area and it could be a number of reasons why you are bleeding in that area. I would get tested for STDS and refrain any sexual activity until I get my results back.
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