Hello, I have been having another bout of rectal bleeding. I am 34 and quite active in sports, dont smoke and have otherwise no health problems. I have had a history of anal/rectal problems in the last year. I had a non-cancerous tumor removed from my rectum last April, I have had my hemorrhoids handled by my doctor, and have a case of acute anal fissures. I guess there is around 100 ml of blood with each stool I pass. I dont feel too much pain or none at all. I have had severe bleeding for almost a week now and have some discomfort in my lower left quadrant of my abdomen. Should I use the cream I was given for my anal fissures and see if that helps? I never had so much bleeding in the past. When I was in my 20's I had some blood on the paper and it was a little -now it seems to drip out. I have even noticed blood on my pants/ underpants.
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